Let’s Explore with Pilgrim Explorers

Looking for something to do with children over the holidays or even at weekends? Fancy doing a short pilgrimage yourself? The Diocese of Truro has just developed new micro pilgrimages […]

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More than an algorithm

The summer break is always a mix of work and rest in education as teachers finish off, tidy up, recuperate, get new ideas and start to plan again.  Added to […]

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Diocesan team helps develop school bereavement resources

New national resources to help schools working with bereaved children and young people have been developed with help from the Diocese of Truro. With schools set it re-open in the […]

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Primary school’s curriculum change inspires others

A Church of England primary school in Cornwall, featured in a national education magazine, is now providing support to other schools who are interested in modelling its innovative way of […]

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Living the vision: church schools talk about how they embody values

The education team at the Diocese of Truro has produced a video to show how the values that run throughout the Church of England’s Vision for Education are lived out […]

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Homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying tackled in new guidance for Church schools

Guidance for the Church of England’s 4,700 schools published today aims to prevent pupils from having their self-worth diminished or their ability to achieve impeded by being bullied because of their perceived […]

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Bishop Johan dances with joy at St Meriadoc Junior School

It’s not every day you see a Bishop dancing and singing along to Jungle Book’s “The Bear Necessities of Life,” in Swedish. But it’s not every day that Johan Dalman, […]

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‘Good character is the foundation for improved attainment and human flourishing.’

‘Developing children’s characters is an obligation on us all, not least on parents. Although parents are the primary educators of character, empirical research shows that they want all adults who […]

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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.