Top space scientist and star of BBC 2’s ‘Astronauts: Do you have what it takes?’ Dr Suzie Imber inspired the space travellers of the future to reach for the stars when she landed at Truro High School today.
The corridors at Cornwall's top girls school echoed to the sound of shrieks of laughter as 35 of Old Girls returned to school, 30 years after they last left.
Former Truro High pupils took the rare opportunity to head back to school last week and sample a top class education many years after leaving the establishment's corridors behind.
A leading medical specialist inspired budding doctors, dentists and vets at Truro High School to consider the impact of prescription drugs on the wellbeing of patients in the latest instalment of an evening lecture series held as part of the school’s bespoke medical programme.
Year 10 Daisy Penrose galloped ahead of the competition in her international tent-pegging debut helping team GB storm to victory in Holland last week.
A Truro High School pupil will soon be treading the boards in a major West End production set to wow audiences this October.
Young astronomers at Truro High School have been linking up with hundreds of students in Egypt this week to conduct an ancient experiment on a truly global scale.
Aspiring Year 10 engineer Dotty Squibb will be test driving life in the fast lane this July having just received exciting news that she has won a sought-after spot on a one-week work placement with one of the world’s leading Formula 1 teams.
A Year 6 pupil from Constantine School has been crowned Cornwall’s best young baker in the Grand Final of the Great Truro High Bake Off.
Sixth Form markswoman Alice Wilson shot her way to victory last weekend as she swept the honours board at one of the country’s largest shooting events.