At Tregolls, we treat every child as an individual, carefully monitoring the progress they make. We ensure all children, whether they have profound learning and physical disabilities (PMLD) or are more able, reach their full potential. We don’t want to be the best school in Truro, Cornwall or England- we want to be the best school in the world!
High Quality Learning
To ensure that high quality learning takes place for every child by providing a broad, balanced and enriched curriculum that meets the needs of every child.
Quality First Teaching
To ensure that every child achieves the highest levels of achievement through quality first teaching.
Respect for Everyone
To encourage children to have self-respect and respect for others.
Motivation to Succeed
To ensure that the school is stimulating and exciting – a fun place to be – in order that children will be motivated to do well.
Value for Efforts & Achievements
To value the efforts and achievements of all the children and celebrate them.
To celebrate childhood.
Communication and Culture
To ensure the moral culture and social development of each child, including modern British Values.
To ensure that all children are treated equally.
We work hard to provide an environment in which children feel safe and secure and ensure that children are motivated by what they are doing.
Our team of high quality, dedicated and outstanding staff aim to foster close links with parents and carers as well as the wider community. We aim to keep everyone informed about, and involved in, the life of the Academy and the progress children are making. We are part of the Penair partnership of schools, working collectively to improve education for all children across Truro.
Tregolls School – an Academy is a small primary school in Truro, Cornwall. The Academy replaced Tregolls School on September 1st 2012 and currently has capacity for 240 pupils from nursery up to year 6 (ages 3-11). However, from September 2017 the capacity will rise to 410 pupils as we are growing rapidly.
The school also includes an Area Resource Base, which provides 10 places commissioned by Cornwall Council, for children with severe and profound multiple learning difficulties. We encourage all children to fulfil their potential and promote awareness and equality through a diverse pupil led curriculum.