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  • Students celebrate Chinese New Year

    Published 17/02/17

    Students in Year 9 and 10, learning Mandarin Chinese, welcomed the Year of the Rooster with a variety of activities in class, including the opportunity to try out a Lion Dance.

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  • Year 8 Global Outlook is taken over by the linguists!

    Published 16/02/17

    Earlier this term the Year 8s had the chance to learn some German, Mandarin Chinese, and Russian, as well as to practise their Latin derivatives.

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  • Senior School alive with the sound of music for Chamber Music Day

    Published 14/02/17

    The school has been alive with the sounds of chamber music for the last few days.

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  • Year 11 go to London for Art and Design Galleries trip

    Published 14/02/17

    On Monday 6th February Year 11 students studying Visual Arts and Product Design headed off on a trip to the Tate Galleries and London's new Design Museum.

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  • Success in the ESAA Anglian Cross Country Championships

    Published 06/02/17

    Five students from The Stephen Perse Foundation qualified to represent Cambridgeshire in the English Schools Athletic Association Anglian Cross Country Championships in Abington Park, Northampton.

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  • Year 9 STEM trip to FlexEnable

    Published 06/02/17

    Thirteen students from Year 9 went on a half day trip to FlexEnable last Friday as part of their ten week Go 4 SET project on 'Our electronics environment'.

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  • Holocaust survivor Eva Clarke talks to Year 10 students

    Published 27/01/17

    Eva Clarke, who was born in a concentration camp during the Holocaust, visited the Stephen Perse Foundation on Monday (16) to tell her moving story to Year 10 students ahead of Holocaust Memorial Day.

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  • National Schools Equestrian Association Qualifiers success

    Published 24/01/17

    The Stephen Perse Foundation equestrian team of Daisy B, Lydia L, Eliza S and Ella Z have repeated last year's success by qualifying for the NSEA County Dressage Championships with a clear win in the Preliminary class.

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  • Outstanding achievements at Bedfordia Cross Country Championships

    Published 20/01/17

    We took our biggest cross country squad to date to the annual ‘Bedfordia Trophy’ Cross Country Championships on what was a cold but gloriously sunny afternoon. Idyllic cross country conditions but with 28 schools competing a tough challenge.

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  • Time stands still for PE department's mannequin challenge on site of new development

    Published 20/12/16

    Time stood still for the PE department at the Stephen Perse Foundation last week as they got a sneak peek at the new sports hall currently being built as part of a large project at the Senior School.

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  • Stephen Perse Foundation strikes a distinctive chord

    Published 18/12/16

    Two 6th Form students and a student in year 8 at the Stephen Perse Foundation – a forward-thinking, co-educational Cambridge independent school – have achieved a musical hat-trick of distinctions. The talent, hard work and commitment of Naomi Choy, Valeriya Kopanitsa and Juliette Richards has resulted in Trinity College London awarding three distinctions in their recent Performance Diplomas.

    Valeriya, an accomplished pianist, and Naomi, a talented saxophonist, both undertook ATCL Performance Diplomas. A post Grade 8 level qualification, this Diploma is equivalent to the performance component of a first-year undergraduate degree course. 

    Talented pianist Juliette, at 13 years of age, gained her distinction in the LTCL Performance Diploma with a mark of 96 out of 100. This outstanding achievement follows Juliette's distinction in the ATCL (the first of the performance diplomas) earned at the age of 11. The LTCL is the second of three levels of performance diplomas and is equivalent in standard to the performance component of the final year in a full-time undergraduate course at a conservatoire or other higher education institution.

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  • Foundation's innovative new building is 'sew' inspiring

    Published 18/12/16

    Year 8 students at the Stephen Perse Foundation – innovators in an education dedicated to creating independent thinkers – have explored connections between textiles and the built environment, drawing inspiration from the Foundation’s own ambitious new-build scheme.

    The Foundation’s cutting-edge scheme will bring new science and sports facilities to the Senior School site by 2017. As the development takes shape, teachers and students are gaining unique insights into the architectural process and creativity involved.

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