Truro Prep School Netball Report: 2016-2017 Season
This has proved to be a very fruitful season for all pupils in the Prep School, and this report covers both the Autumn and Spring Terms. It has proved to be a very busy and purposeful season for the netball squads and teams, with some very high standards of play being demonstrated. We have once more had a range of fixtures and have played the following schools across the season; Truro School, Truro High School, Archbishop Benson, Polwhele, Mylor Bridge, Bosvigo, St Petrocs, plus many others at...
Author Ali Sparkes visits students ahead of Cornish Award nomination
Award winning children’s author Ali Sparkes visited today ahead of the Kernow Youth Book Awards (KYBA) tomorrow, for which her novel Carjacked has been shortlisted. Carjacked is the story of 12-year-old child genius Jack, who is accidentally abducted when a bank robber steals his family’s car, leading to a series of events in which the Jack ends up using his intelligence to help the robber and the two find out they have more in common than they initially...
Prep Head’s Blog: 31 March 2017
As winter has turned to spring, we have seen more than the usual changes to the seasonal landscape as some of our older buildings have been removed and/or demolished to make way for our new classrooms, assembly hall and music and drama studio. Many of the children shared a dramatic moment with me last week when we saw the old assembly hall literally being demolished in front of us; there were some great moments of empathy, not least for the feelings of Mrs Gregory who has seen scores of plays performed in that...
Kate tackles 32 miles of the Cornish Coast to raise funds with Scouts
1st Year student, Kate, kept herself busy over the weekend by taking part in a 32 mile coast to coast walk with her Scout Adventure Camp. Raising money for Children’s Hospice South West and her Scout Camp, Kate joined around 200 other scouts on a walk from Portreath to Maenporth for their annual Coast 2 Coast...
Lola wins 3rd prize in Rotary Young Writer’s Competition
Year 5 pupil, Lola, was awarded with third prize in the local Rotary Club of Truro Boscawen Young Writer’s Competition this year. After submitting her short story ‘The Magic Wishing Well’, an imaginative fantasy about a wishing well based around this year’s theme of ‘reflection’, Lola’s entry was chosen by the Rotary Club as the third prize winning...
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We challenge, inspire and support pupils as individuals to grow intellectually, personally and spiritually, and to achieve their potential. We aim to inspire a life-long interest in learning, equipping pupils with the essential skills to tackle the future with confidence and a degree of independence, and to succeed in whatever careers they choose.
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