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Year 12 students have recently visited Linton’s Printers in Crook to learn about commercial printing as part of their Print-Based Media studies. The visit was arranged so that students could gain a better understanding of the process involved in lithographic printing, a commercial process used to produce high quality printed products, including Vision magazine.
Sixth Form students have recently returned from a careers event at Sunderland University aimed at those studying Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM).
Our Sixth Form is growing rapidly and so is our provision. This September will see improved study and social facilities and an even greater choice of subjects.
Students studying A Levels in Biology and Applied Science have had plenty of opportunity for learning outside the classroom with no less than four trips to enhance their learning last term.
While most of us are planning a relaxing Bank Holiday weekend, students, teachers and volunteers from King James I Academy are taking on the challenge of the Coast to Coast cycle ride to raise funds for three worthy projects.
Three of our Sixth Form students transformed themselves into Punk Princesses recently to help raise funds for a new chemotherapy unit at Bishop Auckland Hospital.
King James I Academy, South Church Road, Bishop Auckland, County Durham DL14 7JZ