King James I Academy reopens for students on Wednesday 7th January 2015.

King James I Community Center is now available on the same phone number as the School: 01388 603388

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  • Christmas 2014 (2 Weeks 2 Days)
  • Thursday 18th December - Wednesday 7th January
  • Decant Day (Move to New Build)
  • Monday 5th January
  • Decant Day (Move to New Build)
  • Tuesday 6th January

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Religious Enquiry Project Presentations

At the beginning of November, Mr Middleton and some Year 9 students were invited to County Hall to present their findings of a year-long “Religious Enquiry” project.

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Biometric Cashless Catering at King James

From January 2015 King James I Academy will operate a biometric (finger scanning) cashless catering system to enhance our catering provision.

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Remembering the Fallen on Armistice Day

Students and staff from King James paid homage to the fallen at the memorial within the school grounds on Armistice Day.

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Developing Life Skills with Asda

King James I Academy is the first school in the area to work in partnership with Asda on a recently launched ‘Skills for Life’ programme, which introduces young people to the diverse range of careers in retail.

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Outstanding Work from our GCSE Film Producers

Year 11 students have just completed a Film Trailer for GCSE Media Studies, which they planned, filmed and edited independently. Students visited Auckland Castle to gather footage and also used locations around the school.

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New College Durham vs King James Football Results

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Results from King James 6th Form's opening match in the North East College League against New College Durham on Thursday 2nd October 2014.

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Year 6 Open Evening 2014

This month, we welcomed over 300 visitors to our Academy Open Evening. Year 6 students from all of our local primary schools and their families took part in a range of activities including the Active Maths challenge, science experiments, robotic programming, Jamaican dance, music, art, football and trampolining.