Our annual Christmas Carol Service is one of the highlights of our festive calendar. The widely used ‘Nine Lessons and Carols’ format was invented by our founder Archbishop Benson and to carry on this legacy each year we hold the service in the prestigious venue of Truro Cathedral.
Join us for an atmospheric evening of festive song, with readings and performances from our talented students.
Please be seated by 6.45pm.
Looking for a truly magical shopping experience? Truro High School will be sprinkled with a liberal hand of seasonal fairy dust this winter for their beautiful festive Christmas Market.
The school will be transformed into an enchanting Christmas shopper’s paradise filled with vendors selling stunning handmade festive treats and gifts. Soak up the sights, smells and sounds as you wander around the stalls which, enjoyed with a generous helping of seasonal foodie delights and delicious drinks, will get even the biggest humbugs into the Christmas spirit!
With festive fun and games, affordable gifts for all the family, incredible raffle prizes and Santa’s Grotto nearby there’s plenty of fabulous festive things to keep you (& your little elves) busy.
From September 2020, our Year 9s will embark on a new and exciting phase of their school lives beginning the first stage of specialising in what they would like to study for GCSE and beyond.
Taking the next big step up to GCSE is an exciting moment for students offering them the opportunity to begin exploring their talents, finding their passions and making their future a reality.
Come along and find out more about the choices that will help to shape your daughter’s future at our GCSE Options Evening on Wednesday 15 January. The evening will provide the perfect opportunity for you and your daughter to learn more about individual subjects at GCSE and to hear about the myriad of extra-curricular opportunities available in Years 10 and 11.
We will be serving drinks and nibbles in the Foyer from 6.30pm and proceedings will get underway at 7pm.
How to change a tyre, creating a gourmet feast for under a fiver and staying safe on a night out will be just some of the hands-on activities on offer when our Lower Sixth take part in a series of interactive workshops to prepare for life beyond the classroom.
This annual day is part of our ‘Future Ready Programme’ which offers girls of all ages the chance to develop new skills, increase their business acumen and best prepare them to make informed choices in the future.