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Advent Adventures

Wise men marched as glitter flew in churches in Falmouth, Penryn, and the surrounding villages this week as 350 school children aged five to eight enjoyed Advent Adventures workshops. The […]

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Education Strategy sets out diocese’s commitment

A two-year strategy for education in the Diocese of Truro has been approved by members of the Diocesan Board of Education after also receiving backing from the Bishop’s Diocesan Council […]

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Service of Commissioning for those who support church schools

The annual Service of Commissioning for those who work in church schools across the diocese was held this weekend. Lead by the Bishop of St Germans, the Rt Revd Hugh […]

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Cury to re-open as primary school for children with special needs

Following a process of consultation, Cury School will re-open as a primary school for children with special needs. The Department for Education has granted permission for the development of the […]

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Interim Diocesan Director of Education announced

Lee Moscato has been appointed as the new Interim Diocesan Director of Education (DDE) in the Diocese of Truro. Lee will be joining the diocese on a 12-month secondment from […]

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Music, laughter and food for the body and soul

St Mary’s Church in Bradoc is extending a much-appreciated warm welcome to its local community – this winter and beyond.

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When daffodils begin to peer

A medieval parish church brings the first signs of spring to the Cornish village of St Mawgan-in-Meneage with its celebrated annual daffodil festival.

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SIAMS inspection finds pupils ‘happy, engaged and focused’

Grampound with Creed C of E School has been rated ‘Good’ across all areas in its latest SIAMS (Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools) report, with inspectors noting that […]

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Archbishop joins 1,300 pupils for mega assembly

Over 1,300 Key Stage 2 pupils in Cornwall were treated to a surprise message from the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, during their ‘Chorister Mega Zoom Schools Assembly,’ which took […]

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500 entries for annual Christmas card competition

With over 500 entries from 12 schools to the Diocese of Truro Christmas Card competition selecting a winning design was extremely difficult this year. The judging panel, which was made […]

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Safeguarding

Ensuring that children and young people as well as adults are kept safe whilst in our care in an integral part of our diocese life.