Want to find out more about joining our history-making engineering team?
This year it was announced that Truro High is the first school in the country to be recognised as an official motorsport club by Motorsport UK – a unique opportunity for budding engineers to work in motorsport at an international level whilst at school. As an official club, the school takes part in events organised by other recognised clubs and invite these top-level organisations to its own events as well. This includes students being able to train as race marshals. This will enable them to work at races all over the world and even go all the way to operating track-side at international Formula 1 events.
It’s been an exciting season for our young engineers which has seen two of our 8-strong fleet make it all the way to the International Finals at Silverstone, the home of British motor racing. The Green Goddess II even finished in the top 50 cars in the whole of the UK.
Join us on Tuesday 19 November to find out about this and much more. For more information, please email Mr Jon Dean, Head of STEM, on firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
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.
This January, THS young engineers are put their overalls to one side for a night and getting dressed up to the nines to celebrate another impressive season at our annual Greenpower Awards Dinner.
The dinner is set to take place here at school on 24 January 2020 at 7pm. James Robinson, Louise Goodman and Cristiana Pace are among the confirmed motorsport guests and they will all be presenting awards.
Exclusive motorsports memorabilia and experiences are up for grabs this January as part of our the ceremony’s Silent Auction so send your bids in now to be in with the chance of winning these money can’t buy lots.
Lots on offer include:
– A technical drawing of the 2019 F1 World Championship-winning Mercedes-AMG Petronas signed by Lewis Hamilton and the Mercedes-AMG team.
– The signed race boot of F1 Filipe Massa, Brazilian Formula E and former Formula One racing driver. Massa competed in 15 seasons of Formula One between 2002 and 2017, during which time he scored 11 Grand Prix victories, 41 podiums and finished as championship runner-up in 2008.
– Two VIP weekend passes to the British Touring Car Championships at Thruxton in May 2020. The experience will include a behind-the-scenes tour around the ITV broadcast trucks and the chance to meet presenters Louise Goodman, Steve Rider and the rest of the team
– Bed and Breakfast for two at the Idle Rocks, St Mawes
The whole school is community is welcome to bid on these items and should email their bids to Head of STEM, Mr Jon Dean at email@example.com before 5pm on Friday 24 January 2020. Funds raised will go to support Greenpower activities at THS.