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The posts in this blog have been written by members of our Senior School - pupils and staff.

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  • Senior School - Headteacher's Blog

    Published 30/03/17, by Jeanette Ariano

    There is a huge team of people currently working on our building project and last week, I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to don my hi-vis jacket, steel toe-capped boots and hard hat for a tour around the new building.

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  • Whiskers, Tails and Everything Nice. 

    Published 07/03/17, by Sixth Form Blog

    Whiskers, Tails and Everything Nice. 

    Raise the curtains, let’s reveal what goes on behind the glamourous ‘Cats’ production at the Senior School.

    Cynthia Chiu

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  • Japanese Exchange 2017 - In Cambridge with the Stephen Perse teddy II - the prequel!

    Published 08/02/17, by Aisling Brown

    The thrilling prequel to our last blog about the journey of the Stephen Perse teddy!

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  • Japanese Exchange 2017 - In Cambridge with the Stephen Perse teddy!

    Published 03/02/17, by Aisling Brown

    The amazing adventures of the Stephen Perse teddy continue here in Cambridge, before he joins the exchange trip to Japan next week!

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  • Mr Walker Interview

    Published 06/12/16, by e4 education

    An interview with the Senior School's Headteacher - Mr Walker

    By Qifei Zou and Francesca Boyce-Cam

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  • Homework - the lot of school children across the ages

    Published 12/07/15, by e4 education

    In the minds of adults typically there is a correlation between the amount of homework set and the progress children are making.

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  • Skills or knowledge? You don't need to ask the question!

    Published 07/07/15, by e4 education

    Engagement and content are frequently pitted against each other in the educational media – the battle between content-heavy learning which focusses on the detail of knowledge and the skills-led approach that focusses on the application.

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