As always, we are planning a number of social events across the year to enable parents to get together and meet each other, and to meet our staff, in a setting other than the classroom.
The first of these occasions takes place on Friday 6 September when we hope to see as many of you as possible at our Parents’ Welcome Tea which is being held in the Dining Hall from 4pm.
Car buffs and bike fans have a treat in store as Truro High School Motorsports Club hosts its first ever Classic Car and Bike Show on Sunday 8 September.
Entry is free for all with dozens of classic cars lining up to take part alongside a dazzling array of prestige sports and super cars. Those who prefer two wheels will also be looked after with bikes, old and new, set to attend.
Organiser Jon Dean said: “We are opening our doors to Cornwall’s classic car owners and would love as many of them as possible to join us. Our girls have a real passion for motorsports and we can’t wait to see what comes through the school gates on the day.”
“We will have more modern vehicles coming along as well ranging from Ferraris to Teslas to a display of military vehicles from the Second World War from the Cornwall Military Vehicle Club. It’s the first time we have staged this event and it will mark the start of Cornwall’s Motorsports month and we really hope it’s going to be a great day.”
Alongside the car show will be a Best of the West Cornish Produce Market run by Hospitality Table Cornwall. With stalls selling everything from gin to cheese and from clothing to gifts, there will be no shortage of things to see and do.
The show takes place from 11am to 3pm on Sunday 8 September at Truro High School with plenty of free parking on site.
If you would like to exhibit your classic, or modern classic, car or bike, the school would love to hear from you. For more details please email Jon Dean at email@example.com as soon as possible.
Our Year 7 students will be heading to Porthpean Outdoor Education Centre for a jam-packed couple of days, full of fun activities and incredible adventures. We aim to inspire, motivate and challenge our girls to break out of their comfort zone, build their confidence and support their independence. Exciting activities include open canoeing, archery, sea kayaking, rock climbing and much more.
Our Year 8 biologists will be exploring the fascinating world of life under the sea at the National Marine Aquarium, Plymouth on Thursday 19 October. The girls will have the opportunity to come face to face with an a whole host of aquatic creatures from anemone fish to turtles and dive a little deeper into their intriguing and mysterious habitat.
A fantastic opportunity to begin preparing for life beyond the school gates, our Year 10 Work Experience launch evening will offer students a fascinating insight into the huge array of careers they can consider embarking on and offer them guidance on how to start this exciting journey at school.
It’s all part of our ‘Future Ready Programme’ – an initiative which aims to equip our girls with skills for life and to empower them with the confidence and resilience they will need to tackle whatever challenges may come their way in the future.