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Governance Training Offer

We offer training and support to all involved in school governance in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. This covers governors in local authority maintained schools, as well as directors/ trustees and members in academies and multi academy trusts, governors on local boards or individuals on advisory boards and clerks. Our annual training offer can […]

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Christians urged to join in Week of Prayer for unity

Christian leaders across the UK have issued a joint letter encouraging Christians of all denominations to join in the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, which runs until January 25, 2019. The letter, whose signatories include Archbishop Justin Welby (Archbishop of Canterbury); Cardinal Archbishop Vincent Nichols (Archbishop of Westminster); The Revd Michaela Youngson (President of […]

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Bringing Pastoral work to life in the Eight Saints Cluster

Personal experience and a desire to give something back has lead Honor Budden from St Agnes on a mission to bring pastoral work to life in the Eight Saints Cluster. Honor became the first in St Day parish to undertake the Local Pastoral Ministry (LPM) training course in October and now plans to ‘hit the […]

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SIAMS training

We will be running a further one day course on the new SIAMS Evaluation Schedule on 11th March 10am-3.30pm at Celtic Cross Education,Victoria. Booking forms can be downloaded here SIAMS course booking form Mar 2019 . The course is of relevance to Heads of School, RE subject leaders, MAT leaders and Foundation Governors. See the SIAMS […]

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Mawgan church to host 7th Daffodil Festival

The local daffodil industry swings into gear early in January with millions of stems being picked every day in Cornwall. We are lucky to be surrounded by flowers in West Cornwall and want to celebrate the beautiful and varied daffodil and its industry. So preparations are well ahead in the village of Mawgan in Meneage […]

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Join in with Thy Kingdom Come 2019

The Archbishop of Canterbury and the Archbishop of York have launched 2019 Thy Kingdom Come. Thy Kingdom Come will this year take place between Thursday, May 30 and Sunday, June 9. In a letter to dioceses, the Archbishops’ highlight the success of the campaign. “Over the past three years more and more worshipping communities have […]

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Bishop Philip calls for Christian unity as he is installed in Truro Cathedral

The new Bishop of Truro has called for all denominations to work together  for the good of Cornwall. Preaching at his service of welcome, the Rt Revd Philip Mounstephen suggested that helping to raise people’s aspirations was one of the most important ways in which Christians could serve God in the county today. Bishop Philip […]

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All together to welcome Bishop Philip

Everybody attending the service to welcome the new Bishop of Truro, the Rt Revd Philip Mounstephen, to the diocese will now be able to join together in Truro Cathedral. The decision has been taken to live-broadcast the event, on Saturday, January 12, to St Mary’s Aisle within the cathedral itself, instead of into the nearby Truro […]

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Opening the book and leading the way

Thanks to an ever-growing band of enthusiastic volunteers, the Diocese of Truro is vying for the top spot nationally with 150 Open the Book teams. There are 233 primary schools in the diocese, 44 of which are church schools. These latest figures show that children in 66 per cent of all Cornish primary schools hear […]

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Looking forward to Bishop Philip’s installation on Saturday

The 16th Bishop of Truro, the Rt Revd Philip Mounstephen, will be formally welcomed to the diocese in a service at Truro Cathedral on Saturday (January 12, 2019). Hundreds of people from all walks of life have already accepted their invitations to the service and from today, Monday, January 7, anybody who would like to attend is invited […]

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