Community Events

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Upcoming Events



Please note the next AGM will be held on Wednesday 21 June 2017

Truro School Dining Hall – 7:00 pm


Truro School’s Summer Ball 2017


2017 Reunion Afternoon Tea (For those who attended Truro School prior to 1965)

Friday 7 April 2017

This will be the 3rd afternoon tea which has now become an established annual event for the Development Office.  Last year we welcomed almost 100 former pupils, wives and partners in the School dining hall and we hope to exceed that number this year.  Please save the date and further information will follow in due course.  If you would like to register your interest for this event please email or telephone 01872 246094


TSFPA Annual Reunion Dinner


Previous Events

Anonymous Art Auction

Thank you to all who contributed or attended the Anonymous Art Auction on Thursday 10 November. We raised a fantastic sum of over £4,000 for the Wave Project Charity and were able to auction off some fantastic artwork by students, parents and professionals!


2016 London Networking Reunion

The recent reunion held at The East India Club, St James’s Square, London was a great success with over 50 former pupils attending.  Paul and Kathy Smith hosted the evening and those who attended were from a range of year groups; class of 61 through to class of 16.

To view photographs from the event, please click here.

Former Headmaster, Paul Smith, said:

It was a real delight to meet so many former pupils at the recent reunion in London and a great credit to Nicky Berridge that so many responded to her invitation to gather together over drinks and nibbles.

Kathy and I particularly enjoyed meeting so many from our time at Truro School and are so proud to hear what a great success so many are making of their lives. It is a reflection of the exceptional quality of the education provided at Truro School that so many confident, poised and interesting young men and women have embarked on their careers in the city, in so many varied professions such as law, finance, physiotherapy, architecture, music and modelling! However it was even more heartening to hear that the friendships forged in Cornwall are flourishing in the “big city” and providing a bulwark against the modern challenges of employment uncertainties, high rents and university debt.

The East India Club provided a suitable venue for such an august gathering and, as would be expected, prompts me to a quote or two……

“Friendship improves happiness and abates misery, by doubling our joy, and dividing our grief” Joseph Addison

“If you throw a ball. You hope it will reach a wall and bounce back so you can throw it again. You hope your friends will provide that wall” Pablo Picasso

We are sure that the Truro School Former Pupils Association will continue to provide just such a wall and we look forward to future opportunities to stay in touch and offer an open invitation to any who remember us to visit our new home in Suffolk.

Paul and Kathy Smith


Class of 64 Former Pupils Reunion

On Saturday 1 October the 4th Reunion of the Class of 62- 64 took place at Truro School.  This group of former pupils started Truro School in 1957, some aged 11, some aged 13 and a number were entered into the “accelerated programme” – hence the variation in the “class of” year.

Read more and view photos here.


TSFPA Decennial Dinner 2016

The Decennial Reunion Dinner 2016 was enjoyed by 125 former pupils, former staff and their guests, who all sat down to dinner after watching the 1st XV Rugby vs Former Pupils match.

Click here to view the gallery.