This evening hundreds of parents joined our Year 7 students for an evening showcasing their project work on Structures from the Winter Semester. The standard of work on display was excellent and demonstrated the “connected learning” that our adventure learning curriculum provides. Click on an image below to see the gallery.
Tickets for the Academy production of Annie are on sale now. Evening performances take place on Thursday 5th and Friday 6th March, both at 7pm. Tickets are £3.50 for adults, £2.00 for children and family tickets (2 adults and 2 children) cost £10. Year 7 and 8 students at MBA will have the opportunity to watch a matinee on Wednesday 4th March – tickets £1.50 Tickets can be obtained from Miss Page.
On Friday 27th February 2015, 33 students from Mounts Bay attended the first ever International Football Match in Cornwall which took place at Truro City Football Club. The game was a Centenary Shield Fixture between England & Wales and the occasion was matched by a record crowd of over 3000 spectators at Truro. Cornwall was given the honour of hosting the fixture to coincide with their triple celebration of Cornwall Schools FA Centenary year (100 years) and 125 years for >>
The Young Americans ended their visit to Mounts Bay Academy in spectacular style on Wednesday night when they put on a truly awesome show at Penzance Leisure Centre. The 45 performers from the Young Americans company performed in the first half and delighted the audience with their singing, dancing and performing skills. The second half was the turn of students from MBA and other local schools who had immersed themselves so enthusiastically in the whole Young Americans learning experience. The >>
MOROCCO SURF TRIP 2015 A group of 11 boy and girl students of all ages returned to the Academy this week after spending 9 days in Mirleft, a little town 6 hours South of Marikesh, Morocco. It was a wonderful experience for all involved. The students not only made progress with their surfing skills but the overall adventure of being immersed in a truly African environment was also life changing. Students were able to surf every day but also had the >>
Year 11 received their Pre Public Examinations results back on Wednesday morning. They have been eager to get the results of the exams that were completed before half-term. However, just like the real thing, they had to wait for them to marked and results collated. 83 students have made significant improvements since the last set of mocks and will be rewarded by a reduction in the price of the ball. The headline figures that are now expected from this year >>
The Football Development Centre (MBFDC) staff at Mounts Bay produced another Soccer Camp masterclass throughout the February half term break. In total 75 players aged 4-11yrs attended the two day Soccer Camp which was very successful indeed. Throughout the camp, the players took part in the following activities: 1. Skill development sessions 2. Crossbar challenge 3. ‘Joe Cole’ Ball Control challenge – Click the link to view the Control Challenge 4. Champions League tournament 5. Penalty shootout There were also an >>