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We've created an inspiring environment for sixth form students
At Stephen Perse, students achieve exceptional results and go on to top universities to study a wide range of subjects.
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We were delighted to welcome Dr Adrian Boyle to Stephen Perse, consultant emergency physician at Addenbrookes Hospital, to talk to Senior Sc...
Over the last few years we have been pleased to welcome representatives from a large range of international universities to events at our ol...
Commencing from the start of the new academic year, the Stephen Perse Sixth Form will be located on Bateman Street in well-appointed an...
Students in the Sixth Form at the Stephen Perse Foundation have achieved outstanding results in this year’s A levels with 72% of grad...
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 announc...
Two groups of Stephen Perse pupils entered their sustainability focused ideas into the 2020 TeenTech Awards.
Well done to Year 13 student Almudena who has been shortlisted for the ‘Unsung Heroes of Science’ video competition held by...
Spanish teacher Ms Riquel has shared what her sixth form IB classes have been learning remotely recently.
On 13 February the Visual Arts department took Sixth form students on an A-level and IB Visual Arts research trip to London Galleries.
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-produc...
Ten students performed two very different plays for this year’s sixth form enrichment production.
This week our Year 12s had a visit from Cambridgeshire Police who came in to hold a workshop on road safety.
Fees for international students are much higher than for UK domestic students. You will be viewed as ‘international’ based on your nationality and the amount of time you have been in the UK which might affect you even if you are a British citizen but have been living abroad. The situatio...
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