We have just completed the end of term whole school assemblies with a celebration of student successes over the term, some fantastic musical items and of course the now traditional Easter message from Mr Johns. We also awarded our first ever Full Colours tie to a year 7 student, Jenny Dash. Well done Jenny! We will be returning to the Academy on Tuesday 22nd April. Happy Easter
Today was the last day of our European partnership Comenius Project. Students spent the morning taking part in an Art Masterclass and a Geocaching race. They then spent the afternoon collating their thoughts before presenting the answers to their Learning Challenge as part of an exhibition to students, staff and parents. Sadly we then had to say goodbye. Click here to see the TV Page of our website to see how we got on.
Report by Mr Blackabey Mounts Bay Shukokai karate has now been going for a year. A hard-core group of students have been training twice a week over this period. A recent grading has seen four students grade for their green belt or 6th kyu and show great determination and spirit in gaining their belts. These were Megan Bramley, Lois Evans, Lucy Grant and Rebecca Sincock. Younger students achieved their yellow belt or 8th kyu, again showing great determination and stamina. >>
This evening our Arts Awards students held another of their increasingly popular evenings at the Acorn Arts Centre, showcasing some of Mounts Bay Academy’s finest talent. The evening was organised by Eleanor Peters and Immy Forster as part of their Gold Arts Award submission. Special guests for the event were our European partner schools taking part in this weeks Comenius Project. Both students and guests also enjoyed a sumptuous buffet prepared by parents midway through the proceedings and the evening >>
First World War Centenary Battlefield Tour 16th to 19th March 2014. Mr. Blackabey, Marta Kusinska and Olivia Sanders represented Mounts Bay on a pilot visit to the battlefields of Ypres and the Somme from the First World War. They were joined by approximately fifty other students from schools from all across the UK. Students were taking part in the government programme for two students from all secondary schools in the UK to take part in a remembrance programme to mark >>