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Welcome To Penair Secondary School

Penair is a Secondary School which became an Academy Trust in April 2011. We are based in Truro, Cornwall and currently have more than 1,150 students aged between 11-16 years old. Penair is an inclusive school, focused on ensuring that all our students make good progress and have the opportunity to pursue the subjects that interest them. Our purpose is to create a caring, learning community of high quality where everyone is valued for who they are and for what they may become. Penair believes that every pupil is entitled to a broad, balanced and meaningful education. It is our aim to build on every child’s potential and to help them achieve to the very best of their ability. We offer a wide variety of subjects and are very proud of the range of excellent extra curricular activities Penair School has to offer.




Dear Parents,
I am writing to you as Chair of Governors of Penair School to let you know that, following a rigorous selection process, we have appointed James Davidson to be the new Headteacher of Penair School with effect from 1st September 2015. The Governors are delighted with this appointment. James has been Deputy Headteacher at The Roseland Community College for four years, and he will bring invaluable skills and experience to our school.

ATTENTION ALL YEAR 11 STUDENTS. On the 9th April Mrs Morecock will be coming into school from 9-12am  for any year 11 students who are taking Graphic communications or art and design and would like her to check any work. Year 11’s are welcome to pop in at any time and stay as long as they want between those hours.

 

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Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra and RNAS Culdrose would like to invite local musicians
of all ages to join us for a unique one day musical extravaganza.
As part of a Cornwall Residency (Tues 21 – Sat 25 April 2015) BSO chamber ensembles will be working
with young people, students and adults across the whole of the region, giving opportunities for coaching,
performances and mentoring.
We would like to culminate our week by inviting local musicians to rehearse and perform a recent piece of
contemporary classical music alongside professionals from Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra.
Stephen Montague’s Dark Sun (1995) was written as a threnody to the tragic events of Hiroshima, 1945 and
contains parts for musicians of a range of standards as well as real recordings from original radio
broadcasts.
The performance will be conducted by Stephen Montague in person