Registration Form – Senior School Admissions

Please complete the online registration form below for Senior School admissions. For Sixth Form admissions, please click here. For Nursery or Prep admissions, please click here. If applying for more than one child, please submit a form for each child.

A registration fee of £100 per child is also required. Once the form has been submitted you will receive an automated reply with details about payment – if you do not receive this in your inbox, please check your junk email. If you have any queries, please email [email protected] or telephone 01872 246062.

Please note, in order to submit the form, all boxes must be completed. If the box is not applicable, please write n/a within it.

Please have the following documents ready before completing the form:

  • A scan of your child’s passport photo page (ALL children)
  • Biometric Resident Permit (if applicable)
  • Copies of any educational assessment reports (if applicable)
Senior School Registration Form
Child's Details

Child's Passport

Please upload a copy of your child's passport below. Passport copies are required for ALL pupils and we regret that we are unable to process this registration form without a copy.

The School is a registered Tier 4 visa sponsor and, as such, we must ensure that every student applying to Truro School has permission to study in the UK throughout the whole period of their study.

Please also upload a copy of the Biometric Residence Permit (where appropriate).

Parent/Legal Guardian 1
Parent/Legal Guardian 2

If further space is required, please email [email protected]

Current School

As part of the admissions process, we will contact your child’s current school to request a school report. If you do not wish us to make contact with the current school prior to the entrance exam, please email [email protected]

Important Information

Special Educational Needs

Further Information

I/we the undersigned request that the above named child be registered as a prospective pupil at Truro School.

By submitting this registration form I/we the undersigned understand, accept and agree that:

Registration of our child as a prospective pupil does not secure our child a place at the School but does ensure that our child will be considered for selection as a pupil at the School;

If our child is offered a place at the School, such an offer will be subject to the School’s terms and conditions (See Note 2) for the provision of educational services, which will bind us in the event (and form the moment) that we accept the place;

In order to comply with our responsibilities as a registered Tier 4 sponsor, you consent to us notifying and/or supplying information relating to you and/or your child’s right to enter, reside and/or study in the UK to the UKVI unit of the Home Office and, in any event, if your child is offered a place at the School, such an offer will be subject to us confirming that your child has the right to enter, live and study in the UK. (Provision of this information does not guarantee that the School will sponsor your child or that the School is somehow obliged to do so). We are obliged to ask for and maintain certain documentation to meet our obligations. We employ the services of TTP as a data processor, that is registered to provide legal advice, and will only request, use and keep data to comply with UKVI regulations.

If applicable, the School may request from my/our child’s present school or educational institution (a) information and a reference in respect of my/our child; and/or (b) information about any outstanding fees and/or supplemental charges;

The School may process any personal data about us (or either of us) and our child, including sensitive personal data about our child (such as medical details) for the purposes of (a) administering its list of prospective pupils, (b) its registration, selection and/or admission procedures; and (c) communicating with the parents of prospective pupils about the School and generally managing relationships between the School and its prospective pupils.

Note 1: Parental responsibility is defined in the Children Act 1989 as “all rights, duties, powers and responsibilities and authority which by law a parent of a child has in relation to the child and his or her property”. It equates to legal responsibility for the child. If you have any doubts about whether you do or do not have parental responsibility for the child you may wish to seek legal advice.

Note 2: A copy of the current Terms and Conditions is available for your information on our website, or on request from the School Office, but please note that the version of the parent contract supplied may be subject to change prior to the point in time when a place at the School for your child may be offered.

[Truro School is part of the Methodist Independent Schools Trust. Charity No. 1142794. Company No. 7649422]

If further information is required, please email [email protected].

The Truro School Identity

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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