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  • 26 November 2010 / ROMAN CAKE CREATES A STIR AT LATIN CLUB

    This week some of the Year 7 Latin Club members joined Sixth Formers Poppy and Tabitha in making Roman Bread during their lunch time. Ricotta cheese, flour and egg, beaten, folded and baked and then topped with runny honey proved a (surprisingly!) tasty treat. The other half of the group, with Sixth Formers Olivia and Hollie, cooked last half term and so spent their lunchtime puzzling over Roman numerals. The whole group has been very enthusiastic and the club provides a useful introduction to Latin which is taught from Year 8 up to A level. Read full article...

  • 26 November 2010 / CHRISTMAS FAYRE FESTIVITIES

    Truro High School has just held its most successful Christmas Fayre for more than a decade as hundreds of parents, guests, pupils and staff took advantage of the opportunity to indulge in some festive fun and do some early Christmas shopping. Read full article...

  • 24 November 2010 - 24 July 2011 / SIXTH FORM ROWING LESSONS A BIG HIT!

    This term 20 Sixth Formers are undertaking an 8-week introduction to Surf Rowing at Falmouth as part of their Wednesday afternoon enrichment activities. It's proving a big hit, come rain or shine, and many of the girls are intending to carry on with the sport in the New Year. Who knows - perhaps they intend to 'take on' their Olympic Rowing Headmistress Caroline Pascoe who took to the oars one week herself? It is reported that she felt pretty stiff and tired the next day! Read full article...

  • 19 November 2010 / CHRISTMAS BOXES SENT WITH LOVE TO SERBIA

    Truro High School prepared and collected over 100 boxes for this year's 'Christmas Gift Box' appeal run by the Christian organisation 'Samaritan's Purse'. This year our boxes have been designated to be driven to Serbia for distribution among the vulnerable children in that country. The photos shows just some of the boxes with Julia and Annabel, the Form Captain and Vice Captain of 8A, who, together with the rest of their form and their Tutor Mr Mothersole the Religious Philosopy and Ethics teacher, helped to coordinate the collection of boxes. Read full article...

  • 19 November 2010 / NURSERY IN PYJAMAS FOR CHILDREN IN NEED

    Going to school in your pyjamas is not something that happens every day so there was huge excitement when the boys and girls of Truro High School Nursery did exactly that for Children in Need. Read full article...

19 November 2010 / NURSERY IN PYJAMAS FOR CHILDREN IN NEED

Sleep was definitely not on the cards as the youngsters enjoyed themselves baking jam tarts for the occasion - helping their mums and dads who had also been cooking cakes and other goodies to sell to older pupils during recreation. They also had some bedtime stories read to them.

"They've had a great time," said Head of Nursery Tracey Kemp. "They know it's important to help children who may be ill or have other problems. We do something for Children in Need every year but this is the first time that we've all turned up in our night clothes!"

Staff, children and parents raised £125.76 for the charity.



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