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  • What our Sixth Form drama students have been learning this term

    Published 20/10/20
    Year 13 A level Drama and theatre students perform their component 2 devised piece Inspired by the theories and practice of theatre company Frantic Assembly, our A level Drama and theatre students recently devised and performed an original piece o
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  • How bad communication crashes airplanes and costs lives​​​​​​​

    Published 13/10/20

    We were delighted to welcome Dr Adrian Boyle to Stephen Perse, consultant emergency physician at Addenbrookes Hospital, to talk to Senior School and Sixth Form students about communication skills and how they impact our effectiveness at school and work regardless of our future ambitions or the career direction we choose.  

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  • Pupils and parents from across East Anglia take part in our Virtual International University Event

    Published 01/10/20

    Over the last few years we have been pleased to welcome representatives from a large range of international universities to events at our old Sixth Form site. Last year we also had over 100 students and parents from schools across Cambridgeshire attend some of these conferences.

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  • Stephen Perse Sixth Form announces new campus location in historic buildings

    Published 27/08/20

    Commencing from the start of the new academic year, the Stephen Perse Sixth Form will be located on Bateman Street in well-appointed and historic buildings that exemplify the best of this dynamic and inventive city, combining legacy and facilities to support student development.

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  • Stephen Perse Foundation announces outstanding A level results; once again amongst the best in the UK

    Published 13/08/20

    Students in the Sixth Form at the Stephen Perse Foundation have achieved outstanding
    results in this year’s A levels with 72% of grades awarded at A*-A. This compares particularly favourably with the national average of 27.9% achieving an A grade or higher.
    These results continue a trend of excellence in the Sixth Form despite the extraordinary circumstances in a year without any formal examinations, instead replaced by a centre assessment grade for each subject, which has been through a process of moderation before being finalised and issued by the awarding bodies.

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  • Triumph at the TeenTech Awards 2020

    Published 30/06/20

    Jakub K in year 13 was recently announced as a finalist in the Best Research category of the TeenTech Awards 2020. We are pleased to announce that on 29 June at the virtual finals, Jakub was announced as the winner of his category for his project 'Diluted white paint and its effect on the temperature under tiles'.

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  • Pupils create innovative ideas for the 2020 TeenTech Awards

    Published 19/06/20

    Two groups of Stephen Perse pupils entered their sustainability focused ideas into the 2020 TeenTech Awards.

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  • ​​​​​​​Year 13 student shortlisted in University of Oxford’s competition

    Published 02/06/20

    Well done to Year 13 student Almudena who has been shortlisted for the ‘Unsung Heroes of Science’ video competition held by Hertford College at the University of Oxford.

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  • What Sixth form Spanish classes have been learning during lockdown

    Published 14/05/20

    Spanish teacher Ms Riquel has shared what her sixth form IB classes have been learning remotely recently.

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  • Year 12 visit the Tate Modern and Whitechapel Gallery exhibition

    Published 17/02/20

    On 13 February the Visual Arts department took Sixth form students on an A-level and IB Visual Arts research trip to London Galleries.

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  • Year 12 Drama students take a trip to Trafalgar Studios to see A Taste of Honey

    Published 17/02/20

    A group of Year 12 Drama scholars and students went to see Shelagh Delaney’s seminal taboo-breaking play A Taste of Honey, a co-production between The National Theatre and Trafalgar Theatre productions.

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  • The latest Sixth Form Production- A double bill of DNA, by Dennis Kelly, and Blackout, by Davey Anderson

    Published 12/02/20

    Ten students performed two very different plays for this year’s sixth form enrichment production.

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  • Year 12 learn about road safety in workshop by Cambridgeshire Police

    Published 07/02/20

    This week our Year 12s had a visit from Cambridgeshire Police who came in to hold a workshop on road safety. 

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  • Years 12 and 13 Classicists attend lectures on the World of the Hero in Homer and Virgil

    Published 06/02/20

    Recently our Years 12 and 13 Classicists attended a series of lectures in Bloomsbury Baptist Church, London delivered by world-class experts on the World of the Hero in Homer and Virgil.

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  • MFL Eastern Region Debating Competition

    Published 06/02/20

    We are extremely proud of our French and Spanish Sixth Form students' performance on  4 February at The Perse Upper School's Eastern Region Debating Competition.

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  • Stephen Perse Foundation celebrates reaching National Schools Netball Finals

    Published 31/01/20

    The Stephen Perse Foundation (SPF) have gained success with their Under 16 Girls Netball
    team who have, for the first time in the school’s history, qualified for England Schools
    National Finals.

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  • Year 12 A level Drama and Theatre Frantic Assembly workshop

    Published 20/01/20

    Our Year 12 A level Drama students have just begun the exciting, and somewhat challenging process of creating an original piece of devised theatre as part of their course.

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  • Year 13 secures two personal bests in the Open Dutch Nationals

    Published 09/01/20

    Almudena from Year 13 took part in the Open Dutch Nationals in December, obtaining two personal bests. She competed in finals against Olympians such as  Ranomi Kromowidjodjo and Femke Heemskerk.

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