Within the Festival of Curiosity, and with special thanks to the Rev, pupils have been learning all about our Friends and Neighbours, near and far, as part of our World AIMS days.
Celebrating the various cultures represented at Truro School, pupils have played traditional Brazilian music in The Burrell, designed letters in the art department, discovered new languages, competed in the traditional game of Kabaddi and Capture the Flag in P.E., and considered the meaning of ‘Friends and Neighbours’ in the Chapel.
It was a lovely two days where the children came together to support each other and showed great curiosity and compassion when learning about the different cultures the Truro School community share.
World AIMS (Action In Methodist Schools) was created to encourage the family of Methodist Independent Schools to look beyond themselves and consider the needs of the local and wider community. Throughout the year, World AIMS inspires a significant focus around the school – highlighted by our dedicated charity and sustainability committees and community partnerships, as well as the annual World AIMS days.