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Academic Achievement Award for Abbi!

May 2019

Cllr Joy Allen, the Mayor of Bishop Auckland has visited King James to present three of our students with some very special awards. The presentation was a special occasion for all involved as it was also the first official engagement as Mayor for Cllr Allen.

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Safety Carousel for Year 8s

May 2019

This week, around 180 Year 8 students at King James I Academy have taken part in a special event with a focus on staying safe in a variety of life situations.

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Ullswater Outward Bound Experience

May 2019

A group of 31 students in Years 7-10 have recently taken part in an exciting five day trip to Ullswater Outward Bound Centre in the Lake District.

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The Young Americans @ King James 2020

April 2019

As part of their Spring Tour, the The Young Americans will be visiting King James I Academy from the 3rd-5th February 2020.

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King James Alumni - Prof. Philip Hodgson

April 2019

Former King James student, Prof. Philip Hodgson, currently leads the School of Law, Criminology and Social Sciences at the University of Derby. Here he explains his progression from student to Professor.

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The Next Generation of Mathematicians

April 2019

To support their studies and reinforce their learning, A-Level Mathematics students in Years 12 and 13 have competed in the annual UKMT Senior Team Maths challenge. This is a prestigious competition which encourages teamwork whilst solving non-routine maths problems.

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Geography Outside of the Classroom

April 2019

A-Level Geography students take part in a variety of learning activities outside of the classroom as part of their studies. Regular field trips to investigate topics such as population, tourism, impact of adverse weather and flood defences help students to put their classroom learning into perspective.

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Making Music Videos at Teesside University

April 2019

A group of 20 Media Studies students in Years 11 and 12 have recently attended a film-making workshop at Teesside University. There, they were were able to use state-of-the-art camera, lighting and editing equipment to create a professional music video for their coursework.

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Vision - Issue 31: Winter-Spring 2019

February 2019

Inside: The Pavilion officially opens, Primary STEM project, Christmas Show, Trip to Auschwitz,

Careers Fair, LA film producer visits, Festive activities plus much more.

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NEW! FREE Breakfast Scheme

February 2019

This month sees the launch of the 'Magic Breakfast' scheme at King James. This means that each Monday morning, every student in our school will be able to start the day with a free healthy breakfast.

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