Well done Roxie, Nafisa, Amelia and Elizabeth in year 10 who all created art pieces for a competition at The Exchange in Penzance.
Judging of all the entries took place this week and any shortlisted students would have had their artwork up for a few weeks for visitors to see. Sadly the gallery won’t be open for visitors but we are still very proud of those who were shortlisted and also entered. The shortlisted students were Nafisa, Elizabeth and Amelia – well done!

Here is the link to the winners of the categories:

Pupils from Hayle Academy have been taking the classroom outdoors this month when they planted free trees from the Woodland Trust. The school successfully applied for a pack of hawthorn, rowan, blackthorn, silver birch, hazel, common oak trees from the Trust after hearing about the scheme from online.

 

Mr Carthew, Humanities teacher said: “This scheme has been a great opportunity for students to play their part in habitat restoration and carbon offsetting. It also gives them a chance to deepen their interest in nature and ecology at the same time as getting their hands muddy. The teamwork shown by the students made us very proud.”

 

The planting scheme has created two outdoor classroom spaces so on future sunny days learning can take place in the shade of native trees. The outdoor classrooms are connected by a winding path and the whole scheme is surrounded by a cross country route.

Last summer we also collected a huge amount of wildflower seeds which will be sown this spring to form a meadow area between the sports fields and the new woodland. Over the next few years we hope to see it fill with wildlife and we are sure it will be enjoyed by Hayle students for generations to come.

 

 

Useful Websites

 

KOOTH.COM

Free, safe and anonymous online support for young people Monday – Friday 12pm – 10pm Saturday – Sunday 6pm – 10pm

Multi-Agency Referral Unit (MARU)

If you are concerned about a child’s safety and wish to report an incidence of abuse or neglect, please contact the Multi Agency Referral Unit (MARU).

The MARU provides a multi-disciplinary response to concerns about the welfare or safety of a child.

Young Minds

Leading the fight for a future where all young minds are supported and empowered, whatever the challenges.

thinkuknow.co.uk

Thinkuknow is the national online safety education programme from CEOP, the online child protection command of the National Crime Agency.
Thinkuknow helps parents, carers, teachers and others keep children safe from sexual abuse, offering learning activities, advice and support for children and young people aged 4-18 and their families.
While school is closed, here’s what you can do to keep your child stay safe while they are learning, staying in touch with family and friends, and having fun online.

www.nspcc.org.uk/keeping-children-safe/reporting-abuse/dedicated-helplines/protecting-children-from-radicalisation/

It can be hard to know what to do if you’re worried about the radicalisation of a child. We’ve got advice to help.

 

Contact Telephone Numbers

 

LADO

Local Authorities should have a Local Authority Designated Officer (LADO) to be involved in the management and oversight of individual cases. The LADO should provide advice and guidance to employers and voluntary organisations, liaising with the police and other agencies and monitoring the progress of cases to ensure that they are dealt with as quickly as possible, consistent with a thorough and fair process.

Within Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, the LADO is based within the Practice Development and Standards Service and can be contacted via 01872 326536

Social Care Out of Hours

The Out of Hours Service is for children, young people or families experiencing immediate difficulties and people who have an immediate concern for the safety of a child / young person.  If you wish to contact the Cornwall Council’s Children’s Social Work Out of Hours Service, please telephone 01208 251300

Year 11 – English Curriculum Map

Year 11 – Maths Curriculum Map

Year 11 – Curriculum Map