“I wish you all a purposeful and exciting start to term tomorrow. There will be better and worse days on the journey ahead, but do be optimistic about the destination. We will remain by your sides on that journey…”
Truro School Head, Andy Johnson addresses pupils and parents following the Prime Minister’s announcement, providing information about how we are responding and some thoughts about the half-term ahead.
This committee meets weekly and is made up of school leaders, medical, academic, pastoral, boarding, business, technological, and facilities experts. Its role is to review and make ongoing recommendations to optimise the School’s approach to living and learning within the pandemic.
Weekly bulletins from the Covid Steering Group can be found below.
Covid-19 Information for Parents and Carers
Please click below for advice about responding to symptoms that are associated with Covid-19.
Hybrid learning information for Parents and Carers
Please click below for information and FAQs in the instance where a pupil is unwell or self-isolating.
Following last Friday’s government update we have decided to require face masks to be worn in corridors and communal areas from the start of term. This will be for the Senior School only. In effect, we have chosen to adopt Tier 1 of the government’s new risk management scale. This is not because there is any heightened risk in our local area or school, but because we wish to start term erring on the side of caution, and ensuring that all members of our community are comfortable with these measures should they need to be enforced in a future context. Please do contact your child’s tutor if they have any medical or SEND needs that would make an adjustment necessary in response to this decision.
The coronavirus pandemic has presented unprecedented challenges for us all; challenges that at Truro School we have met with creativity, courage and compassion. We also know that life at home for many Truro School families has been difficult, and we are eager to see our pupils safely back to School, where they belong.
Please click below to read our guide outlining the measures the School has taken, and continues to take, in planning for the opening of its site operations in September.