Hayle Academy Year 9 students have worked very hard alongside the support of Cornwall Music Education Hub to add the finishing touches to our song ‘Our Home, Our County’, for the G7 summit.
Although we were unable to have our song performed at the G7, our student’s voices will still be heard across Radio Cornwall (date to be confirmed) and streamed online here for all to hear.
We are immensely proud of all students who have taken part and we hope you enjoy their song.
So without further ado, please enjoy the recording of ‘Our Home, Our County’ written and performed by our Year 9 students.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Daniel M- For showing amazing levels of kindness and support over a long period of time to another student.

Adrijana K- For always showing kindness and respect to teachers in and around the school environment. Adrijana always asks teachers how they are, as well as her peers. What a great example of kindness!

 

Katie R- For her coaching of cricket outside of school to lots and lots of 4-10 year olds on a Tuesday evening at Hayle Cricket Club. Katie is showing true kindness and resilience, helping students in the local community.

Summer May P- Summer is always being extremely helpful in lessons, and is a lovely kind individual who always tries her best throughout school. A great nomination.

Holly J and Katie R have both been selected to represent Cornwall Girls Cricket U15. Recent games have seen them play in a number of intercounty games at Hayle and Boconnoc with a competitive match vs Somerset at St. Stephens.  Well done girls!

A huge congratulations to Morgan  in Year 10 for winning the South West Brass Slow Melody under 15s competition during lockdown. With an impressive 21 online entries, Morgan Phillips came out shining on top.  We, at Hayle Academy, are so very proud of you!

 

Hayle Academy are consulting with the local community about an opportunity to open a new Area Resource Base for children with special educational needs.  More information about our consultation is in the attached letter.

Feedback from our community on this proposal is welcomed.  Feedback can be sent to enquiries@hayleacademy.net or you can write to Mrs Jan Woodhouse, Executive Headteacher at Hayle Academy.  Please ensure we receive any comments by Monday 7th June at the latest.

Mrs Jan Woodhouse, Executive Headteacher

Consultation letter to parents ARB – May 2021

 

 

Congratulations to everyone who contributed to the Shoe Box appeal this year. We collected 53 boxes and they have now been passed on to the charity who will distribute them to the people who need them.

You’ve made many people’s Festive period a little bit better, well done!

Despite some unusual challenges, Hayle Academy Music is as strong as ever.
Throughout the second half of this term, music instrumental lessons and
group rehearsals have commenced with the addition of social-distancing and
year group bubbles. For most group performances, each part has been
recorded separately and then constructed back together to make the final
pieces. Some recordings were submitted from other destinations, helping to
bring the Hayle Academy community together wherever we are.

It’s been wonderful to see so many musicians coming together, even if it is virtually!
We hope you enjoy our ‘Christmas Crackers’ Musical Showcases.
Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Christmas Cracker Showcase Day 1

Christmas Cracker Showcase Day 2

Christmas Cracker Showcase Day 3

Christmas Cracker Showcase Day 4

Christmas Cracker Showcase The Finale

 

Each week our librarian Mrs Randall puts together a fantastic book recommendation.  Here is our recommendation for this week. Enjoy!!