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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 61% 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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  • Outstanding A-Level results

    Published 15/08/19

    In a year when the proportion of students achieving top grades at A Level is at its lowest
    level for a decade, the Stephen Perse Foundation (SPF), a family of schools educating girls
    and boys from nursery to sixth form in Saffron Walden and Cambridge, announce
    outstanding results. Nearly two thirds of students have achieved three or more A* or A
    grades at A-Level this year compared with the national results of just over a quarter (25.5%)
    achieving an A grade or higher.

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  • History students experience the culture of Berlin

    Published 06/11/18

    Our GCSE and A Level students enjoyed the culture and history of Berlin. Read Mila's (Year 11) and Harry's (Year 13) experience of the trip below.

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  • Impressive A Level results for Stephen Perse students

    Published 15/08/18

    Students at the Stephen Perse 6th Form College are once again celebrating stellar A Level results, with 37% of students achieving 3 or more A* or A grades.

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