A Prayer for Education Sunday

Heavenly Father, they say it takes a village to raise a child, It also takes a village to educate one. We give thanks for teachers, governors, carers, parents and children, […]

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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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Songs for Earth – the movie!

A film has now been published celebrating the Songs for Earth environmental service that saw more than a hundred Cornish primary school children join with members of the WI, the […]

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Truro Cathedral is packed for environment service

More than 100 primary children, plus their teachers, parents, carers and grandparents, came from across Cornwall to perform at Songs for Earth, an environmental service at Truro Cathedral. The children […]

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Church primary school heads gain national award

Two Cornish church primary school heads have been awarded the Church of England Professional Qualification for Headship. Pippa Warner, Head of School from St Catherine’s CofE School and Nursery, Launceston, […]

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Revd Canon Tony Neal celebrates 50 years since an ordination that almost didn’t happen

Revd Canon Tony Neal will have been ordained 50 years ago on September 21st, beginning his ministry in Ripon and working as a parish priest, teacher, mentor, hospital chaplain and […]

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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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Many turn out to consider their calling from God

Around 50 people attended the presentations and group sessions at this year’s Vocations Day inTruro Cathedral, with more popping in to browse. Director of Ministry for the Diocese of Truro, […]

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Bishop’s thank you for work in schools

Bishop Tim hosted a schools’ garden party at Lis Escop as a thank you for all their work during the academic year. It was organised by the diocesan education team and […]

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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.