Now that the sunny weather is upon us, we will keep our fingers crossed for it to continue particularly with our Skills Week fast approaching.

Once again this year, we have a great variety of activities available for students to experience to develop their wider skills. There are new events this year and returning popular activities from previous years; there really are opportunities for all. During the same week, our Year 10 students undertake their work experience placements. Best of luck to all of you.

My advice is to get as involved as possible and ask as many questions as you can in order to learn about the career. Whether it is the vocational pathway you want to follow or just an experience opportunity, make the most of your time in the placement.

Celebrating the end of GCSEs at our Year 11 Prom last week was a lovely occasion. They looked amazing in their outfits and the event was a real highlight of their education journey. They now wait with anticipation for their results to be published on Thursday 22nd August.

The trips, visits and achievements that are featured in this newsletter are in recognition of the experiences we provide across a range of year groups. Whether the interest is in writing, art, sports or performing arts, the opportunities to succeed are clearly evident.

Well done to you all. Particular congratulations to all those who achieved at the recent Cornwall Youth Games. Qualification for the event was an achievement, but to walk away with medals typifies the Proud to be Hayle mantra.

Andrew Martin – Headteacher

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