Messages from our community

Our Alumni team have been busy reaching out to the Old Truronian network to ensure that everyone has the help that they need during this time. They have also created a page to share warm messages they have received from our community, in the hope it brings some positivity to everyone. If you would like to contribute to the messages of goodwill and strength in these uncertain times, or to read the messages click the link below.

We were recently contacted by Old Truronian Meghan Prindl. Megan works for a small charity which funds much needed research into kinder and more effective treatments for neuroblastoma, a terrible childhood cancer.

She said: Like many charities, we are experiencing a drastic drop in fundraising support as people turn their attention towards coronavirus. We can’t let research for neuroblastoma stop because of coronavirus, however, so we’ve launched our first ever virtual fundraiser called Tribe 100. 

Around 100 children are diagnosed with neuroblastoma every year in the UK. Tribe 100 encourages participants to take on a 100-themed challenge of their choice and creation, to give families affected by neuroblastoma hope for the future. You can take part in the challenge wherever and whenever you can. Cycle 100 miles, dance 100 routines, bake 100 cookies, draw 100 pictures – in your front room, garden or local area. There’s no  minimum sponsorship and no registration fee.

To find out more about Tribe 100, click here

Neuroblastoma UK

The Truro School Identity

Our school motto, Esse Quam Videri, (to be rather than to seem to be) captures the essence of our identity. From Nursery right through to Sixth Form the Truro School Community shares the same values and approach to education which help to shape our identity. Underpinned by strong Christian principles, we are a caring and inclusive community which values, nurtures and develops each individual. Click on the links below to find out more.