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Students have been working with Durham Amateur Rowing Club (DARC), which has recently been nominated for Club of the Year, to complete a 12 week introductory course in rowing and water safety. The group were trained by professional rowers, Bethany Yates and Debbie Connolly.
Each year we celebrate World Book Day with a variety of reading and creative writing projects in school. This year the event takes place on Thursday 5th March.
For the second year in a row, A Level Photography student, Adam B, pictured here, has been commended for his outstanding photography work by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC).
As part of our committment to improving literacy skills, we are currently developing and introducing a number of new learning resources. Literacy Learning Walls and Mats are now a feature of every classroom.
Students in all year groups are looking forward to a variety of opportunities to travel as part of their learning.
Following much anticipation, phase one of our school development is complete and our new building is fully functional. Students are now enjoying our purpose-built classrooms, new style dining and seminar areas, and superb sports facilities.
At the beginning of November, Mr Middleton and some Year 9 students were invited to County Hall to present their findings of a year-long “Religious Enquiry” project.
From January 2015 King James I Academy will operate a biometric (finger scanning) cashless catering system to enhance our catering provision.
Students and staff from King James paid homage to the fallen at the memorial within the school grounds on Armistice Day.
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, South Church Road, Bishop Auckland, County Durham DL14 7JZ