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The King James Primary Winter Football Festival took place on Friday 29th November.
Local band ‘The Silence’ has recently performed at King James I Academy in support of Anti-Bullying week. The performance, which was organised by Assistant Headteacher, Mrs Jennings, was primarily aimed at Key Stage 3 students as a way of raising awareness of how bullying can take many forms.
With the support of our students and staff, a group of our teachers have raised almost £700 by growing moustaches as part of the Movember campaign.
Monday 25th November, saw Mrs Barlow and her elite Boccia Team win the first game of the Boccia season 7-3. The King James team travelled to Consett to play a tough game against Villa Real.
King James students are preparing to defend the Durham County Boccia League Championship title, gained in July 2013 when Mrs Barlow and her elite Boccia players took the crown after winning the league by a 10 point margin.
Following several weeks of trials, we were delighted to announce the next group of students that will be joining their peers as members of the Martin Gray Football Academy at King James. Each student was selected for their high level of sporting potential, hard work, commitment and excellent attitude.
Staff and students pay homage to the fallen at the memorial outside of King James I Academy on Armistice Day.
Inside: Drama with TV star, Paul Charlton!
Plus: European Day of Languages, New developments for STEM subjects, Activity-based Maths, Darlington AFC v King James Football Match, 4G Pitch Opens, Year 6 Open Evening and more.
GCSE Statistics students in Years 10 and 11 have been studying a method called ‘capture re-capture’, which is regularly used by ecologists to estimate the size of a wildlife population.
Art and Photography students have recently enjoyed an educational visit to Butterfly World as part of their studies.
King James I Academy, South Church Road, Bishop Auckland, County Durham DL14 7JZ