Welcome to Mount Hawke Academy on behalf of all of us, children and adults.
At our school, your children are valued as individuals whilst being encouraged to learn and grow together, building your child’s confidence in a safe and happy environment. Our aim is to promote a positive attitude towards learning and working, whilst respecting each other. This enables your child to achieve their full potential.
Our children's successes come through encouraging and developing high academic standards in a well-balanced and broad curriculum. We are all very proud of the children who attend our school and I am extremely proud of all our staff that work here and the amazing job they do every day.
We work closely with parents and your support is always greatly appreciated in this important aspect of your child’s life. It all makes our school a wonderful asset to the local community.
Catherine Biddick - Head of School
Year Six had a very productive DT day yesterday, designing and making moving cars. https://t.co/BWPHiiI2QL
9:20am - 28th June, 2022
We are delighted to have been awarded Gold School Games again! Next year, we’re going for Platinum! https://t.co/WztT4khbCb
12:38pm - 27th June, 2022
Great athletic achievements at the weekend in 600m and long jump. Fab! https://t.co/qnYzGhbDlz
7:59am - 27th June, 2022
This young person from our school travelled up to Liverpool on Saturday with Plymouth Argyle and played their academy. He had a brilliant time and really enjoyed the experience! https://t.co/xL7lz8FfPr
7:59am - 27th June, 2022
Carne Class learning more about recycling and what happens to our rubbish. https://t.co/Vz6ZH2krW4
1:31pm - 23rd June, 2022
Pendeen role playing the story of The Lighthouse Keeper’s Lunch. https://t.co/irvhkxJCf0
4:31pm - 22nd June, 2022
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