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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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  • Students achieve exceptional results from International Foundation Programme

    Published 12/08/19

    Last September, Stephen Perse Sixth Form introduced a new International Foundation Programme (IFP) to provide international students with fast track entry to top universities in the UK, Australia and Ireland. The one-year programme provides students who have completed secondary education in their home countries with specific tuition and guidance to prepare for higher education in the UK.

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  • Stephen Perse Foundation announces outstanding IB Results

    Published 11/07/19

    Students who take the International Baccalaureate (IB) at the Stephen Perse Foundation (SPF) have achieved a remarkable average score of 40 points (the maximum being 45) - placing the school in the top group of IB schools both in the UK and worldwide.

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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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