Sailing

We are fortunate to live alongside one of the most stunning coastlines in the country, and we’re not slow to make the most of the open water.

The Sir Ben Ainslie Sports Centre is not only named after one of the world’s most famous Olympic sailors, but also a former pupil. Sir Ben Ainslie has proved a real inspiration to our pupils and the future is sure to bring more in the way of sailing.

The Truro School sailing squad are also an inspiration. In 2013, they comfortably won a series of races against Plymouth College, despite some treacherous conditions. Sailing happens all year round so our pupils gain experience of all elements of the sport.

Sailing

Blogs

Truro School Sailors at St Mawes Sailing Club

Truro School sailors had a brilliant session at St Mawes Sailing Club yesterday...
Blogs

Sporting Success in Sailing and Surfing

In sailing, over the bank holiday weekend Sam C competed in the 33rd Eric Twiname Junior Championships. The British Youth Sailing regional squad were invited...
Badminton

Sporting success in squash, windsurfing, swimming and badminton

Our sporting stars have been triumphing again this week with fantastic achievements in squash, badminton, swimming and...
Sailing

Chloe selected for British Youth Sailing Team

Sixth Form student, Chloe Collenette, has been selected for the British Youth Sailing Team. Having been sailing for 5 years, she has recently had some great achievements, including coming 3rd in the Miami Orange Bowl USA Youth Olympic Regatta, 2nd at the RYA Nationals in the laser 4.7 and 2nd in the Nacra 15 at the RYA Youth Nationals in Hayling Island over the half...