Our Year 11 Leavers' Prom was wonderful. Our Year 11 showed us how truly awesome they are. We will really miss you all.
We had such a great time with our Year 7 students when they joined us for their Welcome to Year 7 day yesterday. Here are just a few photos of their adventures at Treviglas Academy. We look forward to seeing everyone for the Welcome to Year 7 evening from 5-7 pm today.
Our summer transition day takes place on Friday, 26th July from 9 am - 3.30 pm - parents/carers please ensure you have booked a place for your child.
Four students in Year 10 have won the Satelife competition, run by the UK Space Agency, winning the Best Team Project category.
Today at Fistral all four boys were interviewed by BBC Breakfast, BBC Radio Cornwall and Spotlight to celebrate their success. One of the highlights for both the boys and Mrs Gough was when they received a personal congratulations from Tim Peake.
Joel Armstrong, Calvin Hulance, Matthew Old and Judd Phillips took part in a project as part of the After 8’s club they attend. The Science Mark Gold department runs a weekly club developing students with a flair for science. Mrs Gough, head of department, said, “ I am extremely proud of the boys, they have come up with a very novel idea that has the potential to make a significant improvement to quality of life for many people.”
The team were tasked with the brief to design a new application for satellite technology or satellite data that will improve the life of those using it. The boys chose to design an application that will assist people who suffer from IBS and Crohn’ s disease.
During the project the boys presented their ideas to Miles Cardon, of Cornwall Spaceport, and have chosen to include both Spaceport and Goonhilly as important partners in the developmental stage of their ideas.
The next stage for the boys is to take their idea to a Dragons Den type event where they pitch their ideas to senior people in the space industry, investors and entrepreneurial advisers on what they need to do to get their idea into production.
Congratulations to Lily Tate, who beat hundreds of entries, from a wide range of schools, in the national Tunnock's Teacake competition.
We think Lily's dish was simply amazing, master chef worthy and we are incredibly proud of her progress.
Lily is currently studying in Year 10, for her Hospitality and Catering qualification at Treviglas Academy and we think her future is looking very bright.
Once again I would like to thank you all for your input and feedback with the recruitment process for a new Headteacher of Treviglas Academy.
School leadership is extremely influential in the success of a school and it is therefore essential to give thought, care, time and attention to recruitment and selection processes.
We are pleased to announce Mrs Michelle Dunleavy has today been appointed as permanent Headteacher of Treviglas Academy from 1 September 2019. I am sure you will join me in congratulating her on this appointment.
Dear Parent / Carer
Update – School Funding Issues
I wanted to contact you to provide an update on current issues relating to school funding.
Sadly, I have to confirm that despite intense lobbying of the Government and Department for Education, matters remain extremely challenging. In short, schools are still not being provided with adequate funding and resource to deliver the level of provision and support that is expected and that our families and children deserve.
The Trustees are pleased to confirm the appointment of new parent trustee, Christine Kingdon, who was elected to the Board by parents across the MAT. Christine is a parent at Treviglas Academy and brings financial skills to the Trust Board. Further details regarding governance can be found on The Roseland Multi Academy Trust’s website; www.theroselandmat.co.uk
In their debut match, Treviglas' U18 basketball team scored a win! The boys thoroughly enjoyed the experience beating Callywith College 33-31. More training and fixtures for the team will follow this great start.
Newquay Sports Partnership rowing festival took place at Treviglas Academy today, with thirteen teams of students in Years 5 and 6 entering from 8 primary schools from the Newquay area.
Sean Wells, Community Sports Coordinator for Treviglas, explained, ‘The festival gives the opportunity for the children to compete for the first time against other schools. Treviglas Academy has set up a hub for indoor rowing in the Newquay area. Once again, this year records were broken in every event, showing what great athletes we have in the Newquay area.’
Treviglas Sports Leaders helped with the festival and Josh, a Year 7 Sports Leader, said ,‘It was great fun; it was my first big festival leading and it was a great experience. I am looking forward to the next one.’
Ben, Gold Sports Leader who also helped run the festival, added ‘All of these teams were touch and go in the final minute but Trevisker won by only 9 meters after 11 ½ minutes rowing!’
Girls / Boys individual
The individual results were for rows over 2min
Boys: 1st Evan (St. Columb Major), 2nd Harrison (St. Columb Major),3rd Oli (St. Columb Major)
Girls: 1st Emma (Cubert), 2nd Megan (St. Columb Major), 3rd Neve (St. Columb Major)
This is decided from the positions that the individuals in boys and girls come and points given out accordingly to the teams
This year the results were :
1st St Columb Major, 2nd St. Columb Minor, 3rd Newquay Junior Academy
There was 13 teams entered for the team relay rowing, where a team of 8 each rowed for 1 minute. The results are:
1st Trevisker, 2nd St. Columb Major, 3rd Newquay Junior, 4th St Columb Minor