King James I Academy News

All the latest news from King James I Academy

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Distinction for Maths Students in the National Olympiad for Girls

July 2015

Sixth Form Maths students, Paige M and Caitlin G have both achieved a Certificate of Distinction in the prestigious UKMT Mathematical Olympiad for Girls 2015.

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A Voice for the Victims of Loan Sharks

July 2015

Supported by Durham Constabulary, BATH was recently commissioned by the National Illegal Money Lending Team to create a number of theatrical pieces to raise awareness about loan sharks.

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Former Student, the Mayor of Bishop Auckland Returns to King James

July 2015

Former student and Mayor of Bishop Auckland, Cllr. Lee Brownson has recently visited our academy to share his memories of student life at King James.

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WWI Centenary Project set to Continue in Belgium

July 2015

Members of our WWI History Project group have recently returned from a trip to London where they pursued their investigations into King James soldiers who fell in the war. In October, research will continue in Belgium.

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COMING SOON! Cuisine and Culture in Barcelona

July 2015

In September, students will be visiting Barcelona to experience Spanish culture and cuisine.

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Work Experience at Glastonbury Festival 2015

June 2015

Sixth Form students have gained valuable work and life experience as part of the 2015 Glastonbury Festival Volunteer Team.

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Mathematicians Exchange Pi for Pie!

June 2015

To celebrate Pi Day 2015, our Maths department hosted a fun Pi recitation competition to challenge pupils to recall as many digits of pi as they could.

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Discovering Authentic Indian Cuisine

June 2015

Food Technology students in Year 8 have enjoyed a visit to 'Vujon', one of the best restaurants in Newcastle, as part of their studies into multi-cultural cuisine.

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Year 5 Pupils Join King James for Curriculum Week

June 2015

This month, we welcomed around 300 primary school pupils to our school as part of Curriculum Week. The fun-packed programme of learning activities is designed to give youngsters a taste of life at King James through a variety of typical taster sessions.

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COMING SOON! Student Elections

June 2015

As the King James Student Election approaches, candidates for Head Boy and Head Girl positions have been busy preparing their campaign and promoting their manifesto.

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King James I Academy, South Church Road, Bishop Auckland, County Durham DL14 7JZ