Mrs Renshaw receives Conductors Prize from Llangollen International Music Eisteddfod
Head of Music at Truro Prep School, Angela Renshaw, received her award for Best Overall Conductor at Llangollen International Music Eisteddfod today in a presentation at the Prep...
Students celebrate with over 40% grades A*-A
There were warm hugs and heartfelt congratulations in Truro School’s Sixth Form common room this morning as students celebrated two years of hard...
Truro Prep’s Chamber Choir delighted to come third at Llangollen International Music Festival
Truro Prep School’s Chamber Choir are celebrating after coming third in the Junior Children’s Choir competition at the Llangollen International Music Eisteddfod this week. 45 pupils from Year 3 – 6 travelled up to Llangollen, Wales for the international music festival where they took to the main stage for their biggest performance to...
High praise for Stargaze Theatre’s ‘Boy in a Bottle’ at Edinburgh Fringe
Stargaze Theatre's new production of 'Boy in a Bottle' went down a storm at Edinburgh Festival Fringe, receiving high praise from audience members across the week....
Success for Prep Judo Players at the One and All Judo Club Championships
On 2 July, four of our Truro Prep Judo Team entered the One and All Judo Club Championships in Helston, a much smaller number than usual due to other commitments. However all four entrants fought superbly throughout the day, each coming away with medals in their weight categories....
Discover Truro School – Open Events in September and October
I hope you have all had the opportunity to enjoy some Cornish sunshine, or even some from further afield. Most importantly, I hope that all the children managed to recharge their batteries, ready for the school year ahead, and that memories of sunny days on the beach will stay with them as the dark nights draw in and the excitement for Christmas takes...
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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.