Early Years Open Morning

Our Open Mornings offer the idea opportunity to explore our facilities, meet our teachers and sample our activities.

Meet the Early Years Coordinator

“At Truro School Nursery, we offer a curriculum that is both creative and challenging. Our children benefit from highly qualified and experienced teachers who provide the freedom to explore, learn and enjoy our beautiful outside spaces.

I have a strong belief that young children learn best when they are given opportunities to develop their own interests. Our planning ensures all of the pupils at Truro School Nursery experience the benefits of being independent learners, with each child being at the centre of everything we do.

I look forward to meeting you in person and building the foundations for your child’s future.”

Kate Williams
Early Years Coordinator

Open Morning

Our next Nursery and Reception Open Morning will be on Saturday 23 November.

The event runs from 10am – 12noon and is a great opportunity to meet our Head of Prep, Sarah Patterson and our Early Years Foundation Stage Co-ordinator, Kate Williams. There will also be the option to take a look around our early years setting and enjoy some fun activities in the classrooms. Our Admissions Team will also be there to answer any queries relating to our registration process.

Guided Tours

Throughout the year we also offer informal guided tours with the Head, Sarah Patterson, or Kate Williams, our EYFS Coordinator. For more information, please contact: The Head’s PA/Admissions, Mrs Simone Weston on 01872 243 120 or email prepadmissions@truroschool.com

Top Inspection Results

In June 2017, the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) inspected Truro Prep School. It was lights, camera, action as boys and girls in Year 5 took centre stage to report on the ‘Double Excellent’ inspection results, the highest mark achievable.

Nursery and Pre-Prep News


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Prep Head’s Blog: 22 March 2019

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Truro School Prep Excels At Primary Level

Truro School Prep, who work to a more rounded Prep Diploma curriculum, are thrilled to have maintained excellent standards in literacy and numeracy in their most recent results. Taking reading as an example, over the last 12 months pupils have averaged a 17.45 month increase in reading age, 45% above the national...