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Stop Press - Sir Robert McAlpine Ltd have been appointed as the successful contractors who will now be responsible for the building of King James I Academy as part of the Priority School Building Programme.
Mr Lawton, one of our Science teachers is offering students the opportunity of a lifetime. He is planning a working expedition in 2014 to the stunning Philippine islands to study lifestyles, culture, conservation and the coral reef erosion that is taking place in one of the most diverse landscapes of the world.
Students from Years 7, 8 and 9 have visited the National Cycling Centre in Manchester to take part in coached sessions designed to introduce them to cycling as a competitive sport.
The festive production called ‘The Schummanators and the Terrible Events of Moscow Fashion Week 2012’ saw a cast of 150 young people perform to over 1,000 people.
Last term, ten Year 7 students enjoyed an exciting match day experience at Heritage Park, the home of Darlington FC 1888 thanks to our working partnership with the club.
Year 11 Student, Amy reports on the Clothes Show Live at the Birmingham NEC.
Professional swimmer, Chris Cook who competed for Great Britain for nearly 10 years before retiring from international swimming in 2009, has recently visited King James as part of the Sky Sports: Living for Sport project.
Education Rocks at King James! Students meet rock band The Silence
Plus Prize Evening 2012, Green screen technology, News from our Science Department, Expedition to the Philippines, PE with a Commonwealth Champion and more.
Students studying A Levels in Biology and Applied Science have had plenty of opportunity for learning outside the classroom with no less than four trips to enhance their learning last term.
All of our Year 7 students have received a free book of their choice thanks to the ‘Bookbuzz’ reading programme, which is designed to help schools encourage reading for pleasure among young people.
King James I Academy, South Church Road, Bishop Auckland, County Durham DL14 7JZ