The new cookery school at Truro School provides students with bespoke, high-quality facilities, including; six cooking pods, teaching space, preparation and delivery rooms, and a restaurant space.
Students will be able to undertake practical cookery lessons, with sixth form students given the opportunity to complete Leiths Introductory Certificate of Food and Wine. In addition, the school will also be open to the community with regular cookery classes on Saturday mornings.
WWA was has been appointed to provide project management, contract administration, planning and building control services on a number of schemes at Truro School, as part of a programme of refurbishment and development works to provide new, quality teaching facilities for students, including the cookery school.
Other projects include; refurbishment to the boarding houses, an extension of exam hall space, new medical centre, storage facility and chemistry block.
Andrew Gordon-Brown, Truro School Headmaster, said:
“It is fantastic that we are able to provide such state-of-the-art facilities, not only for our pupils to learn to cook but for our sixth formers to become associated with such a prestigious organisation as Leiths”.