King James I Academy News

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Vision - Issue 31: Winter-Spring 2019

February 2019

Inside: The Pavilion officially opens, Primary STEM project, Christmas Show, Trip to Auschwitz,

Careers Fair, LA film producer visits, Festive activities plus much more.

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NEW! FREE Breakfast Scheme

February 2019

This month sees the launch of the 'Magic Breakfast' scheme at King James. This means that each Monday morning, every student in our school will be able to start the day with a free healthy breakfast.

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COMING SOON! Events in the Library

February 2019

We have an exciting programme of events to look forward to in our Library this term. These are just a few.

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Extending Provision for Nurture Groups

January 2019

Our Nurture Group initiative, launched three years ago, has proved to be extremely successful. Students make noticeable and sustained improvement in our small-group learning environments, so now we are extending our provision to include Year 9s.

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Therapy Dog Amber Helps Year 7s with Reading

January 2019

As part of our Nurture Provision, Year 7 students are visited every Friday morning by Amber, the Hungarian Vizsla Therapy Dog, pictured here.

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Professional Cookery

January 2019

Our Level 3 Professional Cookery course is going from strength to strength since its launch in September.

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Celebrating 100% Attendance

January 2019

To begin 2019, we have been celebrating our students with a 100% attendance record.

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Class Charts Goes Live

January 2019

Since September, our teachers have been trying out an exciting new system in school which will make monitoring achievement, rewards, homework, behaviour and attendance easy for teachers, students and their parents. The initiative, which is called ‘Class Charts’, has now gone live.

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COMING SOON! Academy Prize Evening

January 2019

Plans are currently underway for Prize Evening 2019, which celebrates the talent and achievement of our students across all year groups.

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Exploring the Beginning of Life

December 2018

A group of 31 GCSE Religious Studies students in Years 10 and 11 have visited the Centre for Life in Newcastle to take part in a thought-provoking workshop, which considered the point at which life truly begins.

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