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With only eight days to go until they set off on their journey, the Glastonbury team are making their final preparations.
Comic book fans have been celebrating International Comic Book Day 2015 at a special event organised as part of our library programme. The event was supported by members of the Sixth Form Glastonbury Volunteer Team, who dressed up as some of the most iconic comic book characters for the day.
Creating Opportunities for Young Scientists
Inside: Astronomy Experiences, Worldwide Educational Visits, New Building Photographs, New Revision Strategy, Literacy Initiatives, Sports News, Heritage Project Update and much more.
Details regarding Stage 2 of the PSBP development - the refurbishment of the Agnew Building.
Exclaimer Magazine Vol. 11 #thereturn
Inside: Issue 11 of the free e-magazine written and produced by an editorial team of young people at King James.
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Students in Years 10-13 have recently attended a Careers and Education Fair organised by Miss Goddard, our Careers Advisor and members of our Sixth Form Team.
Thanks to our new development, we can now boast state-of-the-art facilities for Basketball and our students are making the most of it both in PE lessons and after school.
In March, students in Years 7-13 attended an evening learning event at Kielder Observatory, located in the heart of Kielder Forest, which boasts some of the darkest skies in the UK. Here, Year 13 student, Daniel B reports on the experience.
This week we have played host to a fantastic Primary School event, which celebrates the work of Shakespeare. We have been working alongside The County Durham Ensemble, which incorporates nine local schools including our own, to promote and perform eight of the best Shakespearean plays. The performances were the first to take place in our new theatre.
During the Autumn Term, we launched a whole-school strategy to improve literacy skills by encouraging our students to rediscover reading for pleasure as well as for education. Our library programme, Reading Rewards has proved extremely popular and now our new library is a hub for keen readers.
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