Mounts Bay Academy would like to invite you to see why we believe we are your best option for the secondary education of your child from 2015. Tour our campus and talk to our staff and students to see why learning the Mounts Bay way is so successful. Open Day for Students 09:00 – 15:00 Thursday 2nd October 2014 Open Evening for the Community 18:00 – 21:00 Thursday 2nd October 2014 For an informal tour of the Academy or further >>
The Academy hosted nearly 200 Year 6 students from local primary schools for an Arctic Adventure today. The students worked in teams and undertake a variety of challenges to see if they have the skills and ingenuity to survive in the icy wastelands of the North Pole. They learned from the indigenous people called the Inuit who live in the areas around the North Pole and got involved in six different activities. They became scientists, engineers, anthropologists, linguists, athletes, artists >>
We’re celebrating our best GCSE results ever for the 7th year running so why not join us for a fantastic Arctic Adventure on Saturday 27th September between 09:00 and 13:00. Be our guest and explore our world class learning environment, where we encourage our students to make every day a new adventure. We guarantee you will experience a learning experience you will never forget. Come and see why we believe Mounts Bay Academy is the best option for the secondary >>
Report By Mr Veal The Year 11 team have just beaten Helston in a 22-21 thriller. Missing star man Ed Hall the boys had to play with real togetherness and battle it out until the end. There were good performances from captain Isaac, second row Dom and new boys Charlie Brown and Harlow Seed. With some good training sessions and everyone fit we hope to go as far as we can in the county cup this year.
Report by Mr Lawrence On Monday 22nd September 2014, the Mounts Bay Girls U13s Football squad faced Penryn College in the 1st round of the ESFA National Cup. It was a tough game and the score does not reflect how well the girls competed and developed throughout the match. The U13 squad will no doubt come back fighting strong next season for the National Cup campaign. These girls have the County Cup competition to look forward to as well as >>
The MixX is the name we use for the alternative sessions outside of the curriculum that students can access at Mounts Bay Academy. These happen before school, at lunchtime, after school and some even happen in the evening. There are several elements to The Mixx Project with staff working in different teams. The Click here to download the Mixx Autumn 2014 Booklet
Thirty Seven Year 11 students accompanied Mr. Blackabey, Mr. Payne, Mrs Mudd and Miss Drew to the Battlefields of Ypres and the Somme from 10th to 13th September. These next four years will be particularly significant for the annual Mounts Bay trip as we mark the centenary of the First World War. Students visited museums, preserved battlefields, cemeteries and key points on the Ypres Salient and Somme battlefields. Many students, because of their research, were able to visit the resting >>