King James I Academy News

All the latest news from King James I Academy

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Developing Practical Skills in Media Production

January 2016

Sixth Form Creative Media Production students have been working with lecturers and degree students at Teesside University to film footage for a music video as part of their current coursework.

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Learning on Location for GCSE Photography Students

January 2016

Students have been developing their photography skills on location at High Force, Low Force, Cow Green Reservoir and Egglestone Abbey.

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Helping Students Plan for a Career in the Arts

January 2016

Art, Photography and Media students in Year 10 have recently enjoyed a trip to Cleveland College of Art and Design (CCAD) to investigate the wide range of creative degree courses on offer.

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COMING SOON! King James I Academy Prize Evening

January 2016

Each year we celebrate the achievements and efforts of our most talented students at our Academy Prize Evening. This year the event will take place on Tuesday 17th January.

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The Best Little Christmas Show Ever Told (By BATH!)

December 2015

Members of BATH have excelled themselves in one of the most ambitious Christmas shows ever, 'The Best Little Christmas Show Ever Told (By Us!)'.

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Young People Show True Community Spirit

December 2015

Students, parents and staff have worked together to reach out to those in need both in their local community and around the world. Thanks to a range of fundraising events, we have recently donated gifts of food, toiletries and money to various charity organisations, including Bishop Auckland Foodbank, TFM Radio’s Cash for Kids and Christian Aid.

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Post-mortem Experience for Scientists

December 2015

A group of ambitious Science and Psychology students, accompanied by Miss Newton, have recently visited a section of Newcastle University, which is attached to the Royal Victoria Infirmary (RVI), to attend a post-mortem examination. Here, Year 13 Applied Science student, Callum D talks about the trip.

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Aim Higher in Edinburgh

December 2015

Mr Shearer’s Aim Higher residential visits take place throughout the year to a host of universities across the UK. The trips raise aspirations by giving students an opportunity to sample university life.

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Thought-provoking Religious Studies

December 2015

It has been a busy term for students in Religious Studies with educational visits, fundraising events and visits from various speakers.

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Maths Challenge Success for Sixth Formers

December 2015

Once again, our A-Level Maths students are celebrating great success in the prestigious UKMT Maths Challenges, which recognise the abilities of the top Maths students in the country.

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