Prep Head’s Blog: 13 October 2017
This half term, one of our new clubs, Language Club, is well underway. The term started with three members, one learning Italian and two learning Japanese. As the term has progressed, the club has now grown to five members as word is...
Truro School Students Achieve Top GCSE Geology Results in the Country
Truro School students, Zoe Mitchell and Alex Jones have achieved the top mark in the country for GCSE Geology. In the top six there were five Truro School students; Zoe Mitchell, Alex Jones, Lloyd Stein, Finn Walker and Alice Bebb. At A Level Amy Ellis was fourth in the country for A Level Geology having achieved full marks in two of the three modules. Eight students have also gone on to study Geology at notable universities, including one at...
Prep Head’s Blog: 6th October 2017
The School Council has met twice so far this term, and have represented the views of the children in Prep clearly and with great maturity. As a result of some of their discussions, we will be making further changes to our snacks at break times, providing more variety of fresh fruit and vegetables for all to enjoy. In addition, children have been voting as to what should be included in packed lunches to ensure they are as healthy and tasty as possible. The monitors have also been actively doing their duties over the past few weeks, supporting staff in making sure everything runs...
5th Year Geographers Enjoy a Day in the Dunes
Sunny weather, warm conditions and a day on the beach. It all sounds like a relaxing day in one of Cornwall’s beauty spots but we can assure you that our 5th Years were hard at work...
Year 5 Bodmin Moor Walk: Tuesday 19th September 2017
In Year 5 the children are given the incredible opportunity of completing the discovery level of the John Muir Award. The award comprises of four areas: explore, discover, conserve and share their experiences of nature and wild...
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