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Students have recently enjoyed a trip to Windlestone Campsite where they took part in an inspiring outdoor reading and story telling event.
King James I Academy is the first school in the area to work in partnership with Asda on a recently launched ‘Skills for Life’ programme, which introduces young people to the diverse range of careers in retail.
Year 11 students have just completed a Film Trailer for GCSE Media Studies, which they planned, filmed and edited independently. Students visited Auckland Castle to gather footage and also used locations around the school.
New College Durham 1-1 King James
Results from King James 6th Form's opening match in the North East College League against New College Durham on Thursday 2nd October 2014.
Key Stage 3 students have attended an informative talk and Q&A session with Mick Manning, author of the children’s novel, Charlie’s War and book illustrator, Brita Granstrom.
This month, we welcomed over 300 visitors to our Academy Open Evening. Year 6 students from all of our local primary schools and their families took part in a range of activities including the Active Maths challenge, science experiments, robotic programming, Jamaican dance, music, art, football and trampolining.
Each year at King James, following nominations from both staff and students, we appoint a Head Boy and Head Girl from Year 11. Their role involves representing the Academy at special events and liaising directly with Mr Grieveson to communicate the views of their peers. This year, to create more opportunities for students to share their ideas fro the future, we have appointed representatives from each Key Stage.
Bringing Primary and Secondary students together
Inside: Transition Summer School, New Build Update and Enrichment Programme, Exam Results,
Primary Visitors, Sports Day, MGFA League Champions, Literacy Initiative, BATH and much more.
Sir Robert McAlpine builders have made excellent progress with our new Academy over the summer holidays and are hoping to provide us with access to the new building as early as 15th December this year.
Following difficult changes to the exams system this year, we are pleased to share some outstanding results across all departments.
King James I Academy, South Church Road, Bishop Auckland, County Durham DL14 7JZ