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We are proud to be celebrating the success of one of our talented athletes, Year 10 student, Leon D, who recently represented King James I Academy at the National Schools Trampoline Finals. Leon achieved joint 5th place in the prestigious competition, which was held at Gateshead Leisure Centre.
Following our Year 8 boys victory in the Level 2 Games held at Bishop Barrington last month, our team have recently represented the Wear Valley and Teesdale area at the Level 3 Games at Spennymoor Leisure Centre.
Gateshead College 0 - King James I Academy 1. A 12 player football squad from King James have travelled to Gateshead International Stadium for their North East Colleges League fixture against Gateshead College. The early season encounter between the two sides had seen King James take all three points, with a more recent fixture resulting in a share of the spoils.
On a sunny March afternoon our King James Sixth Form squad travelled to Eastbourne Sports Complex in Darlington to play against a Darlington College team who they had narrowly lost out to by the odd goal the month earlier.
This week's episode of the North East Football show was filmed at King James I Academy and features interviews with Darren Tait and Paul Jarps from Bishop Auckland Juniors.
Our Year 7 MGFA football team has got off to a flying start following two exceptional victories in the first matches of the season.
It has been a triumphant week in the world of sport for King James, earning two victories and a credible draw.
The King James I Academy’s Year 7 football team endured a challenging League Table match against Ferryhill. Both teams gave their all from the start of the game with King James battling to victory.
Our annual Sports Day took place on the last day of term with British Paralympic Wheelchair Fencer and National Paraclycling Champion, Craig McCann as special guest.
As millions of us watched Wimbledon 2016 on TV, our Girls Active sports group joined the hundreds of lucky ticket holders on Court 2 to watch the action first hand.
King James I Academy, South Church Road, Bishop Auckland, County Durham DL14 7JZ