Well it’s over for at least another year. 24 hours of non stop music in the hall with some sensational performances from all of our talented performers. We even threw open our doors and had some great entertainment provided from some local primary schools after school before our main event in the evening which featured the awesome “Haunt The Woods” a four piece folk rock band from Saltash, “Broken Down” featuring Mr Floyd and “Blank Panda” starring our very own >>
Report by Mr Lawrence On Monday 20th October 2014, the first festival of the new Long Term Player Development Centre season took place at Mounts Bay Academy 3G pitch. Mounts Bay were the hosts for the evening and we welcomed down the Truro LTPD centre for an evening of festival Football. The event was extremely positive with over 120 players attending from both centres, ages ranging from U7s-U12s who all took part in an array of matches. All players >>
This week, Mounts Bay began work on becoming a UNICEF Rights Respecting Academy. UNICEF aims to promote children’s rights in schools in two ways: by supporting schools to ensure that rights are embedded in their ethos and policy-making; and by offering resources and activities to ensure that children and young people can learn about children’s rights in the classroom and beyond. This weeks assemblies introduced students to the UN Convention on Children’s Rights and asked house groups to investigate and adopt one of the >>
Kieran Hughes recently took part in two swimming galas for Penzance Sea Cadets. He won seven gold medals as he won all his races. One competition was at the district level, and was held at RNAS Culdrose. Kieran won four gold medals at this. The Area competition was held at HMS Raleigh and Kieran won three Gold Medals at this. Well done Kieran!
Report by Mrs Trevail Three teams from the Academy competed in the WHPC’s school show jumping competition this Sunday with cracking results all round. The weather was on our side for once and it was rather nice not to get drenched but enjoy warm sunshine and brisk breeze. The open team had an early start to get ready and on site for their first jump time but looking very smart and quietly confident they arrived and were well prepared. >>
Report by Ananda Lee Megan Lees, Mr. Blackabey and I recently represented Mounts Bay on a visit to the First World War battlefields in Ypres and the Somme. The trip took place between 10th and 13th October and we were joined by many other students from schools around the South West area. The tour was sponsored by the British Government; who are offering for two students from every secondary school in the UK to visit the battlefields (throughout the next >>
Report by Mrs Trevail This weekend we the pleasure of taking the U16 netball team to the County Tournament at Newquay Tretherras School. The early start and windy weather did nothing to dampen their spirits and we arrived raring to go. The section games were tough but the girls showed excellent determination in the face of adversity, leading to two wins over both Wadebridge and Helston. The girls finished the competition in eight place out of thirteen, which >>