Remote Learning - Morning Registration Form

All Students must fill in this registration form every morning when remote learning BEFORE the following times:

  • Year 7 & Year 9: 8:50am
  • Year 8 & Year 10: 9:50am
  • Year 11: 9:40am
  • Sixth Form: 9:30am
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Virtual Assemblies - Every Monday - 10am.

Assemblies start on Monday 1st of February at 10am. Join your Tutor Group Google Classroom for a Live Assembly. This will replace your normal 10am lesson. Make sure you attend to support you further with your online learning and important information from your tutor. Tutors are looking forward to seeing you on Monday.

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Sports Results

Multi Sports Results 2018/2019

Girls Football

Yr 7 boys played in a 5-a-side tournament held at King James on 6th December 2018. They played a number of matches against Durham Johnson and Ferryhill and finished in third position narrowly missing out on the next round. Well done to the team. Yr 7 girls played in a 5-a-side tournament held at King James on Thursday 13th December. They played a number of fixtures against St Johns and Durham Johnson but failed to qualify for the next round but well done to all competitors.

Sportshall Athletics

Year 7 and 8 teams competed in the sports hall athletics competition at Barrington school on Thursday 14th February. They competed against St. Johns, Staindrop, Barrington, Parkside and Teesdale. They competed in events such as speed hop, standing long jump and 4 lap relays. Teams performed very well with the best result coming from Year 7 girls who finished 3rd.

Table Tennis

King James I Academy took part in a table tennis competition at Bishop Barrington on Thursday 28th February. Year 8 and year 10 represented the under- 13 and under 15 students.  Well done to all competitors but especially to Dylan Howe who won against his opponent.

Cricket

Year 8 took part in a cricket competition at Bishop Auckland cricket club on Wednesday 15th May against other local schools. 8 players from year 8 played in a girl’s competition and the same in a separate boy’s competition. Well done to all girls but a special mention to Sophie McGee who batted and bowled exceptionally. Boys played 5 other schools and represented the academy really well. Well done to all the boys but a special mention to Jac Richardson who played extremely well.


Athletics

Yr 10 took part in the athletics competition at Eastbourne sports complex at Darlington. Students competed in a number of events including shot putt, high jump and 100m. There were a number of strong performances but special mention goes to Louis Tones who won discus, Dylan Nicholson who won Javelin and Dylan Howe who won shot. They will now go onto compete at a county competition. Well Done to all competitors.

Mountain Biking

A team of 4 boys and 4 girls participated in a mountain biking competition at Teesdale School on Tuesday 18th June. John from British Cycling coached the students through gear changes and tactics of racing and they participated in a number of races including a relay and an endurance event. King James won the competition and have now earned their place in the level 3 finals to be held at Maiden Castle on Friday 5th July. At Maiden Castle King James girls came 2nd and the boys finished 4th. A special mention to Konnie Grace Sowerby who finished 3rd out of all of the girls attending the final and Harley Jones who finished 6th. Well done to the whole team.

Athletics

A team of 7 boys and 7 girls from year 7 participated in a triangular athletics tournament at St. Johns school. They participated in events such as shot putt, long jump and the medley relay for points against St Johns and Barrington. The boys finished 3rd in their competition and the girls were joint winners well done to all participants.

Rounders

Year 8 participated in a rounders tournament at Staindrop and competed against Parkside and Staindrop. King James beat Staindrop and drew against Parkside meanin g they won the competition overall. They also participated in a game of magic rounders which King Jmaes also won. Well Done to all participants and congratulations to the whole team.

 

 

Multi Sports Results 2017/18

Cross-Country

King James took part in the year 7 and 8 cross country championships at Teesdale on Tuesday 10th October. Teams of 8 competed for year 7 girls, year 7 boys, year 8 girls and year 8 boys. All students participated with drive and commitment and represented the academy excellently. Our best results came from Tilly Robinson finishing 3rd in the year 7 girls race, Brooks Sowerby finished 8th in the Year 7 boys race and Sonny Sowerby finished 7th  in the year 8 boys race. Each qualifying for county races held later this season. These are excellent results for King James. Well done to all competitors.

Badminton

8 students; James Bundock, Steven Ruddick, Shang Jie Cai and Josh Spencer attended the U16 tees valley partnership competition in Badminton and Jermaine Ruddick, Charlie Richardson, Daniel Misterzak and Kyle Blacklock competed in the U14 competition on Wednesday 8th November at Wolsingham comprehensive and competed against other local schools. After playing a number of singles and doubles matches King James finished second. This is a great result and the points contribute to the small schools competition total.

Trampolining

Leon Davies in year 11 competed for King James I Academy in the regional trampoline championships this weekend, 25th November 2017. Leon competed against other schools from the region and won by 3 clear points which is very significant in trampoline scoring.  Leon now goes onto the national championships held later in the year.

Table Tennis

Teams from King James competed against St. Johns, Barrington, Staindrop, Teesdale, Parkside and performed admirably. Stand out players were Jake Dobinson for the U-13 team winning in a number of fixtures and Sean Catchpole for the U-14 team who also performed at a high standard. Well done to all students who participated.

Boys Football

The year 7 5-a-side football team who qualified last half term attended the finals at Parkside where they beat parkside in the semi final 3-0. They worked well as a team and closed down the opposition in their attacks. They then faced Durham Johnson in the final but unfortunately got beat 1-0.  It was a closely fought match and they conceded late in the game but represented the academy with great ability and composure. Well Done to all competitiors.

Sportshall Athletics

Year 7 and 8 teams competed in the sports hall athletics competition at Barrington school on Thursday 8th February. They competed against St. Johns, Staindrop, Barrington, Parkside and Teesdale. They competed in events such as speed hop, standing long jump and 4 lap relays. Teams performed very well with the best result coming from Year 7 girls who finished 3rd.

Trampolining

Year 11 student Leon Davies competed in the BSGA National schools trampoline Finals on 24th March. Leon showed excellent maturity and outstanding technique as well as an extremely high level of difficulty competing against people up to 4 years older than him. He finished 3rd which is an excellent achievement and gives him experience to help him try to achieve even higher next year.

Cricket

Year 7/8 took part in a cricket competition at Bishop Auckland cricket club on Thursday 17th May against other local schools. 8 players from year 7 and 8 played in a girl’s competition and the same in a separate boy’s competition.  The girls competed against other schools, in the local area and finished 4th. Well done to all girls but a special mention to Tia Cooke and Emillie Johnson who batted and bowled exceptionally. Boys played 5 other schools and represented the academy really well. Well done to all the boys but a special mention to Rhys Powton who played extremely well.

Football

Our sixth form team took part in the league cup final at Gateshead Stadium on Wednesday 9th May against Gateshead College. Having gone in at half time 2-0 down, they came out in the second half fighting. Steven Dawson scored just after half time then Ryan Paterson equalized 15 minutes later. Jack Mortimer gave us the lead with 10 minutes to go. They fought hard in the last minutes securing the victory 3-2 to King James. Well Done lads!!

Athletics

Yr9 and 10 took part in the athletics competition at Eastbourne sports complex at Darlington. Students competed in a number of events including shot putt, high jump and 100m. There were a number of strong performances but special mention goes to James Wilkinson and Kieron Wright for exceptional performances in the discus and Amelia Phillpott who also performed well in the discus. Well Done to all competitors.

Football Results 2016/17

Year 7 School Football results 2016-17

Year 8 School Football results 2016-17

Multi-Sports Results 2016/17

Sportshall Athletics - Year 7/8 boys team came 1st in the Wear Valley Competition and then came 2nd in the National Level 3 Games.

Cricket - Year 7/8 girls team came 3rd and the year 7/8 boys team came 4th.

Basketball - Yr 7 boys team came 2nd and the year 8/9 team came 3rd.

Badminton - The U13 boys team came 3rd.

5-a-side Football - The year 7 boys made it to the semi-final of the competition.

Table Tennis - The U16 boys team came 2nd.

Cross Country - The year 8 boys team won the event.

Athletics - In the Year 8 Athletics Competition held at Shildon Athletics Stadium the Boys team finished 4th and the girls team finished 7th.