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The Open Pathways programme at King James, in conjunction with Bishop Auckland College, will soon be offering an exciting opportunity for Sixth Form students who are interested in a career in Catering or Hospitality.
This month, we said farewell to our Year 13 and 14 students with an evening cruise and barbeque on board the Prince Bishops River Cruiser in Durham.
As part of Mr Shearer’s Aim Higher programme,Year 12 students have recently visited York St John’s and the University of York to learn about the degree courses on offer.
Once again, our Year 13 trip to Glastonbury Festival was an unforgettable experience for members of the Volunteer Recycling Team. Launched three years ago by Mr Longstaff as a work experience trip, the opportunity has now become a highlight of our Sixth Form calendar.
This month, eight of our Sixth Formers, accompanied by Mr Longstaff and three Junior Leaders, will be travelling to Glastonbury to working as part of the 30,000-strong volunteer team at the iconic Glastonbury Festival 2016.
Our Year 13 Leavers’ Event will take place on Wednesday July 13th aboard the Prince Bishops River Cruiser in Durham City.
Our Health & Social Care Department has been working wih the University of Teesside to offer ‘Discovery Workshops’ at King James.
Year 12 A-Level Maths student, Iwan M has once again, celebrated success on the United Kingdom Mathematics Trust's follow-on 'Senior Kangaroo' round.
As part of our ‘Artists in Residence’ learning programme, professional Artist, James Paterson has recently spent the morning with Sixth Form and Year 11 Art and Design students.
A record number of our Sixth Form students have applied for University this year and all have now received excellent offers.
King James I Academy, South Church Road, Bishop Auckland, County Durham DL14 7JZ