The Friends of Truro School (FTS) is designed to bring the strong and inclusive community of Truro School parents, pupils and teachers together. All parents and/or guardians of pupils at Truro School are full members of the FTS.
The FTS works to enrich our children’s school experience, strengthen the school community, raise funds to help enhance the facilities of the school and ensure that our children get the most out of their time here. Thank you very much for your support and we look forward to seeing you at events around the school.
The FTS is the link between parents and the school community across the Senior and Prep Schools. In the Prep, we have Class Reps and in the Senior, we have Year Group Reps. These Reps will be the first point of contact for you for the ‘other’ (non education related), practical and social aspects of Truro School life, such as uniform, lost property, getting to know other parents, local area information, etc. A list of the Class and Year Group Reps and their email addresses is available from the school office or via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have also created Facebook Pages for each Year Group. These can be found if you search for the following:
|Nursery and Prep Facebook Pages||Senior and Sixth Facebook Pages|
|Truro Prep Nursery Parents 2020/21||Truro School 1st Year Parents 2020/21|
|Truro Prep Reception Parents 2020/21||Truro School 2nd Year Parents 2020/21|
|Truro Prep Year 1 Parents 2020/21||Truro School 3rd Year Parents 2020/21|
|Truro Prep Year 2 Parents 2020/21||Truro School 4th Year Parents 2020/21|
|Truro Prep Year 3 Parents 2020/21||Truro School 5th Year Parents 2020/21|
|Truro Prep Year 4 Parents 2020/21||Truro School Lower 6th Parents 2020/21|
|Truro Prep Year 5 Parents 2020/21||Truro School Upper 6th Parents 2020/21|
|Truro Prep Year 6 Parents 2020/21|
Please ask to be a member and answer the membership questions to be allowed access. If you don’t have Facebook then please just liaise through the Class or Year Group Rep.
The FTS organises regular events at the Prep and Senior Schools – past events include the Quiz and Curry night, the Fun Triathlon, the Christmas and Summer Fairs and the Cream Tea Stall at the Truro School Sports Day.If you would like to help out at events or get involved with the FTS, or for any other information, please send an email to email@example.com
If you would like to make contact or if you would like to get involved with the FTS, please contact Laura Rundle, FTS Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Nov 27th 2020
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Dec 13th 2019
Tuesday 3rd September – Senior welcome drinks for new 1st Years in the Dining Hall (09h30 – 10h30)
Weds 4th September – Prep welcome coffee for new families in the Conservatory (08h30 – 09h30)
Monday 9th September – Senior welcome evening for new 1st and 2nd Year parents in the Burrell Theatre (18h30)
Thurs 12th September – Prep welcome evening for all parents in the Assembly Hall (19h00 – 19h30)
Friday 27th September – Senior Quiz & Curry Night for parents and 1st and 2nd year disco in the Old Sports Hall for pupils (18h45 – 21h15).
Friday 11th October – Prep Quiz & Curry Night & Children’s Movie Night (18h00 – 20h30).
Thursday 14th November – Senior and Prep Christmas Pudding making evening (19h00 – 21h00)
Thursday 21 November – Annual General Meeting, Heseltine Gallery, Truro School (18h30 – 19h30)
Thursday 5th December – Senior Christmas Wreath Making Workshop (19h00 – 21h00)
Friday 6th December – Prep Christmas Fair (15h00 – 17h00)
Tuesday 21st January – Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) (6:30 – 7:30 pm) Senior School Dining Hall. An agenda will follow.
Saturday 25th January – Truro School 11+ 13+ entrance exam (09:00 am – 12:00 noon) Tea and coffee for parents in the Cafe
Sports Day (Senior): Monday 1st July 2019
Summer Ball: Saturday 29 June 2019
Sports Day (Prep): Thursday 20 June 2019
Sports Day (Pre-Prep): Wednesday 19 June 2019
Summer Fete (Prep): Saturday 22 June 2019
Truro School Prep Triathlon: Saturday 11 May 2019
Wine Tasting & Quiz: Friday 1 February 2019
Fish & Fizz Night: Friday 15 March 2019
Truro School Prep Barn Dance: Friday 29 March 2019
Christmas Pudding Making Event: Friday 16 November 2018
FTS AGM – Senior School: Tuesday 20 November 2018
Christmas Fair: Saturday 1 December 2018
Prep Christmas Fair: Friday 7 December 2018
Truro School Ball: Saturday 30 June 2018
Truro Prep School Sports Day: June 2018
Our school motto, Esse Quam Videri (to be, rather than to seem to be), captures the essence of our identity and is defined by the 5 C's below. Underpinned by strong Christian principles, we are a caring and inclusive community which values, nurtures and develops each individual.
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To be and to become learners for life, to enjoy the discovery and development of knowledge, understanding, skills and interests, and to critically examine the world around us.
Because we believe that academic excellence is an important part of human excellence. Every child is an individual and we celebrate and develop their uniqueness, helping them to become an independent learner and encouraging each child to explore, understand and cultivate their talent and abilities, whatever they may be.
To be aware of and to champion the needs of others, with charitable hearts, as part of a commitment to benefit the Cornish community, and the world beyond.
Because our mission challenges us to be a vibrant community which enables people to live their lives to the full and transform society for the better. Located in the heart of Cornwall, our distinctive, serene location supports the development of balanced, unpretentious and reflective children who understand their role as global citizens.
To be people who relish intellectual and wider challenge, and to build resilience by learning from both success and failure alike, on our educational journeys.
Because we want every pupil to be comfortable in their own skin, celebrating the uniqueness of each individual in the school community. Through drama, presenting and public speaking opportunities, as well as appearing in productions and concerts, pupils learn key communication skills and gain the confidence to prosper in the real world.
To be people who relish the search for new ideas and approaches that positively and sustainably shape our lives, the lives of others, and our environment.
Because we value the development of pupils’ imaginative and creative dimensions as well as their characters. Through a broad curriculum and wide range of co-curricular activities, pupils discover the important balance between creative and logical thinking. These opportunities are fundamental to ensuring your son or daughter discovers their hidden gifts, developing a sense of individuality and a confidence in their own abilities.
To be and to become the very best of who we are, by bravely examining and discovering the personal beliefs and faiths that will guide us through our lives.
Because we believe that essential life skills are often best taught outside of the classroom, balancing an academic education. Through a wide-ranging co-curricular programme, we offer every child the chance to participate, perform and lead in the fields of their choice. In a competitive world these opportunities are fundamental to ensuring your son or daughter develops essential life skills and an ambition for life.