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Prep Head’s Blog: 21 October 2016

A huge thank you to all those who attended our Harvest Festival celebration at Truro School Chapel on the 9th October. It was a lovely occasion, complemented by the choir’s rendition of A Birthday (Singing Bird) by Christina...

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Flying Solo at Seventeen

Sixth form pupil, Adam King, completed his first solo flight in a powered aircraft this August as part of an RAF Air Cadet Pilot Scholarship programme, at the age of just...

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Year 6 Explore the landscape of Wheal Coates

On Wednesday 12th October, 6AG were blessed with a bright Cornish Autumn day to explore some of the beautiful landscape and history of St...

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Headmaster’s Blog: 21st October 2016

Apart from the stair-rods that rained down on us, as the supporters and players of last Saturday’s U12 and U13 rugby fixtures against Plymouth College (Truro School victorious) will testify, haven’t we had wonderful Autumn weather....

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Prep School: Sports Report October 2016

In beautiful conditions two great games of rugby were played against Plymouth College. The A team fairing slightly worse than the B....

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Be A Chorister For A Day – 15 November 2016

On Tuesday 15th November 2016, Truro Catheral and Truro School are hosting 'Be a Chorister for a Day'. From morning rehearsals through to school lessons and finishing with an Evensong service in which the girls will be able to sing with the Cathedral Choir, the day gives a real insight into life as a...

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A huge well done to everyone who took part in our House Music Finals on Friday afternoon. What a way to kick off th……

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Every year the mothers and fathers of over 1000 children entrust us to ensure that their sons and daughters get the best possible education.

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.

Here at Truro School we firmly believe that education is about so much more than excellent exam results, as important as they are. It is for this reason that we prevail to offer a wide-ranging curriculum alongside a plethora of co-curricular activities and pastoral care in order to develop well-rounded, sociable and unpretentious young people.