Chair steps down
Sally Glover has been associated with the school since 1986 when her eldest daughter joined but has remained connected with the school since then as a governor – a job she has been doing for the last 15 years.
Sally’s endeavours as Chair, which began in 2004, were recognised with a lunch at The Nare Hotel, Portscatho as well as a presentation of flowers and a 1900 solid silver bowl with a 1797 solid silver George III ladle spoon.
After thanking her colleagues for their generosity, Sally said: ” I’m so proud and glad to be associated with Truro High because it truly is an outstanding school. Both my eldest and youngest daughters went on to become Head Girl and both have gone on to very rewarding careers thanks to the confidence Truro High gave them.
“It isn’t easy to walk away as I have had so many great experiences but the school really is a hidden gem that does wonders for its pupils. I will continue to serve as a governor for a further year and am delighted to be able to play my part in its continued success.”
Headmistress Caroline Pascoe said: “On behalf of the staff and the school community, I’d like to thank Sally for her commitment and dedication to Truro High. Sally’s hallmark as Chair is that she is inclusive, giving everyone a voice, as well as being decisive and an empathetic leader. We are very lucky to have her as a governor.”