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In September, King James I Academy will be launching the brand new ‘Stadium Sports Academy’ in partnership with SAFC Foundation of Light and Bishop Juniors FC.
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 month we celebrated World Book Day 2017 at our Academy with a variety of activities and some interesting literature-themed characters!
Following our work with the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) in recent years, we are pleased to announce our official RSC Associate School status; this reflects our working partnership with the RSC, Newcastle Theatre Royal and Crook Primary School.
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.
‘O, brave new world!’
Inside: Progress 8 Results, Prize Evening, Learning Outside of the Classroom, Maths Manipulatives, STEM Initiatives, New Community Arts Project, Fundraising Champions plus much more...
Key Stage 3 Art students are currently taking part in an exciting new creative project designed to raise awareness of climate change.
One of our many talented BATH members, Daveylee D. in Year 8, has received the specialist Primary Liaison Award at Prize Evening for his excellent work with St. Andrews Primary School.
Fifteen Year 10 students have travelled to Edinburgh on a two day residential trip as part of our Aim Higher programme. They visited Queen Margaret University, which is located in the centre of the city.
Year 7 students have been learning Algebra through the use of manipulatives, which are designed to encourage students to think about mathematics in a different way.
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