Despite the Covid restrictions Mullion School managed to put on a hugely successful Team Event Sports Day. Sports Day is a really important part of the school calendar here at Mullion and we were determined we should be able to provide a worthwhile opportunity for our young people even with Covid restrictions in place. Mrs Bunyan devised an inclusiveTeam focussed solution to replace the traditional Athletics based day. It was a fantastic event and all pupils and staff had a great day!
It was a really positive morning on Results Day at Mullion School with students in good spirits as they came to collect their grades and to see their teachers. Over 80% of students achieved higher grades in both English and Maths. Stand out performers were Carys Carpenter with seven grade 9’s, Sebastian Travis with six grade 9s, Emilia Arden-Wiles with five 9’s and Ben Roskily and Elizabeth Goodwin who both achieved four GCSEs at grade 9!
Headteacher Wayne Randle said, “We have had such a good morning with lots of happy faces as the students have done really well, with so many of them getting both English and Maths and securing their places on their chosen college courses. We are very proud of them all as they have shown true resilience and determination in such difficult times and it is only right to celebrate their achievements. I also want to thank the staff of Mullion School for all of their hard work, dedication and passion in what has been a really challenging year. Congratulations to the young people for doing so well and we wish them all good luck for the future. I am tremendously proud of them all.”
We are pleased to announce a full refurbishment of our Food Technology room, and as you can see it is looking great. Catering and hospitality are key industries in our part of the world and at Mullion we are proud to have invested in what we see as a vital pathway for our young people.