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6th Form

“We deliver outstanding results because we value individuality. By taking time to understand each student, we offer exactly the right balance of support, inspiration and challenge…”

Results 2016

Through individual academic support and a progressive approach to learning, our students achieve top results in A Levels and the International Baccalaureate.

38%
A* grades
81%
A* or A grades
98%
A* to B

Combined results for A Levels and the International Baccalaureate (or the Pre U / IB equivalent*).

Inspiring futures

Inspiration and support to help you prepare for university and beyond.

  • Inspire me!

    Quiz a Cambridge professor, engage with an entrepreneur, learn from a CEO’s experience or be motivated by an Olympian.
  • Bespoke guidance

    By taking time to get to know you we can offer in-depth careers guidance, plus exceptional academic support.
  • University destinations

    Each year our leavers go on to study at world-leading universities – their destinations are both inspiring and diverse.

Latest News

  • 6th Form play: The 39 Steps

    On Friday (3rd February), students from Years 12 and 13 performed in Patrick Barlow's wonderful comedy adaptation of this nail-biting th...

    14
    Feb
  • Success in MFL German debate

    This week we sent our Germanists to "Les Joutes Oratoires" for the first ever German debates...

    10
    Feb
  • History society hears about how the school welcomed children fleeing Nazi Germany during World War 2

    The role of the Stephen Perse Foundation during World War 2 was explored during an interesting talk for the History Society this week...

    08
    Feb
  • Top university offers for U6 students

    We are delighted to congratulate the Upper 6th students on a fantastic performance in the current university application season...

    30
    Jan
  • Alumna visit to Science Society

    Alumna Chloe Francis (left 2012) came to talk to our 6th Form Science Society about her work as a scientist with Cambridge based start-up Ei...

    19
    Jan
  • Conversation with Sandra Smith, translator of Suite Française

    A few weeks ago I was given the incredible opportunity to have a Skype conversation with Sandra Smith, translator of Suite Française by Iren...

    18
    Dec
  • Stephen Perse Foundation strikes a distinctive chord

    Two 6th Form students and a student in year 8 at the Stephen Perse Foundation – a forward-thinking, co-educational Cambridge independent sch...

    18
    Dec
  • Find out more about studying medicine at the University of Buckingham

    A representative from the University of Buckingham will be visiting the Sixth Form on Monday 3rd October, at 4:15 pm, to give a talk ab...

    18
    Dec
  • Greek and Classic Civilisation classes see the Cambridge Greek Play

    On Thursday 13th October our Greek and Class Civ classes got the opportunity to go to the highly anticipated Cambridge Greek Play (performed...

    18
    Dec
  • Sandy Fong: Women and youth in peacebuilding

    Sandy Fong will join us on Tuesday 20th September, 12.05pm to 12.55pm, to talk about participation of women and youths in peacebuilding proc...

    18
    Dec
  • Student in finals to represent UK in Children's Climate Prize 2016

    A student from the Stephen Perse Foundation will be representing the UK after reaching the finals of an international competition with a pro...

    18
    Dec
  • 6th Form blog

    Cambridge and Kindertransport

    Mike Levy, currently undertaking a PhD at Anglia Ruskin University, gave a fascinating talk to members of History society yesterday, on Cambridge’s role in the Kindertransport project of the 1930s. Following intensified attacks on the Jewish population by the Nazis, Britain organised local groups to...

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