In an increasingly complicated and interconnected world, it is essential that we encourage students to engage, collaborate and be critical of the information they consume.
Flora Thomas-Kamali - Programme Team Leader, Humanities & Social Sciences at Truro College
Some of our courses offer the exciting opportunities to travel to destinations such as Iceland, Toronto, Swaziland and Rome. Take your learning to the global stage and explore other cultures and countries in relation to your chosen subject.
To prepare you for employment, we’ll also work on your broader employability skills, such as communication, organisation and teamwork, including an optional Functional Skills course.
supporting charity in africa
Truro and Penwith College's Geography department and the IB programme have been supporting the children and community of Shewula in eSwatini (formerly knows as Swaziland) since 2001 through The Shewula Orphans charity, with the main aim being the enablement of AIDs orphans and other vulnerable children in Shewula to access education.
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College is a nice bridge between school and University. It’s great way for you to gain your independence.