Boarding

“Boarders frequently described boarding at Truro School in terms of being “home from home” and “a community”.”

– ISI Inspection Report 2012

Boarding School UK, Cornwall

Boarding School, Cornwall, UK
Boarding School UK, Cornwall
boarding school in cornwall, truro school
Boarding School Cornwall, UK

Truro School is a independent co-educational day and boarding school in Cornwall. We strive to be a beacon of inclusive excellence, offering a rigorous and traditional academic curriculum that is balanced with an extensive co-curricular programme. Esse Quam Videri, (to be rather than seem to be), is our living motto calling us to bring energy, honesty, humility and generosity to the enthusiastic pursuit of our mission.

A Close-Knit Boarding Community

Boarding adds a special dimension to a Truro School education and is a thoroughly modern solution to 21st century family life. What boarders love most is being with friends and living together on our extensive campus not 5 minutes’ walk from the centre of Truro but at the same time being able to attend an excellent academic establishment where they know that all of their educational needs will also be met.



Keeping Boarders Active

We are the largest Duke of Edinburgh Award Centre in the South West and have one of the most prolific Music Departments in the region. We also offer over 70 clubs and activities in lunchtimes, after schools and on Wednesday afternoons.

New Facilities

The recent additions of the £4.2 million Sir Ben Ainslie Sports Centre and Heseltine Art Gallery have further developed the already highly successful sports and arts departments.

Boarding Brochures

Boarders' Blog

Boarders' Blog

Senior Girls’ Boarding Update: 27 March 2017

This weekend was the first of the year where we had uninterrupted sunshine and it was fabulous. On Saturday all the students travelled to Crantock beach near Newquay to support the local environmental charity Surfers Against Sewage. This charity looks at clearing up and maintaining our beautiful beaches. They focus on reducing litter and sewage at beaches as well as tackling bigger global issues such as toxic waste and climate change....
Boarders' Blog

Junior Girls’ Boarding Update: 27 March 2017

I don’t think we could have packed anymore in. On Friday evening the girls made their usual trip up to the Sports Centre to play some badminton. The sunshine came on Saturday and the whole boarding community came together for the annual beach clean. We all boarded the coach and travelled to Crantock Beach on the North Coast of Cornwall....
Boarders' Blog

Senior Boys’ Boarding Update: 27 March 2017

It has been another busy but enjoyable week in Trennick with many activities taking place which the boys continue to be fully involved with. Fahed and Callum went to Dartmoor for the weekend to take part in a training expedition for the Silver Duke Of Edinburgh Award's Scheme. They left school after lessons on Friday and enjoyed two unbroken days of sunshine on Dartmoor. Anyone who has been onto Dartmoor will know full well that two days in a row on sunshine is a rarity so Fahed and Callum chose their weekend...
Boarders' Blog

Junior Boys’ Boarding Update: 27 March 2017

This week has been a very sporting one. During the week several of the boys have been in sporting action. Looking back; Roman continues his fencing success by finishing third in a competition in Marseille which also qualified him for the French nationals in Paris during June and for a national training camp during April. The podium photo is from Gemenos...