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What is education for, if not to help us fulfil our dreams?

Across our six schools, we truly understand what makes each child tick. By thinking of pupils as individuals, with unique hopes, talents and ambitions – we unlock their true potential.

We enjoy learning for its own sake. Our teachers ignite curiosity, encourage critical thinking and creativity. By learning to think for themselves our pupils go on to achieve exceptional results ...

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  • Students celebrate Chinese New Year

    Students in Year 9 and 10, learning Mandarin Chinese, welcomed the Year of the Rooster with a variety of activities in class, including the...

    17
    Feb
  • Year 8 Global Outlook is taken over by the linguists!

    Earlier this term the Year 8s had the chance to learn some German, Mandarin Chinese, and Russian, as well as to practise their Latin derivat...

    16
    Feb
  • Key Stage 1 visit Stansted airport

    Our Key Stage 1 pupils were also off site last week to visit Stansted airport...

    16
    Feb
  • Pre-Prep practise their flying at the Senior School

    Kindergarten and Reception in the City had an experience at the Senior School last week and used the large hall to test out their aeroplanes...

    14
    Feb
  • Senior School alive with the sound of music for Chamber Music Day

    The school has been alive with the sounds of chamber music for the last few days...

    14
    Feb
  • Pre-Prep hunt the Botanical Gardens for birds!

    The children in Early Years went on their own hunt and an exciting tour of the Botanical Gardens to see how many different species of common...

    14
    Feb
  • Year 11 go to London for Art and Design Galleries trip

    On Monday 6th February Year 11 students studying Visual Arts and Product Design headed off on a trip to the Tate Galleries and London's...

    14
    Feb
  • 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
  • Year 6 get engineering with Ramboll

    On Wednesday 1 February, we were joined by two enthusiastic young structural engineers, Helen Leung and Mike Kovacs, from the engineering fi...

    09
    Feb
  • Year 6 visit to Bletchley Park

    Bletchley Park never disappoints and today lived up to its reputation as a location that successfully engages and educates. It was the scene...

    09
    Feb
  • Japanese Exchange 2017 - In Cambridge with the Stephen Perse teddy II - the prequel!

    The thrilling prequel to our last blog about the journey of the Stephen Perse teddy...

    08
    Feb
  • Tricia Kelleher's blog

    Tolerance, understanding and compassion - Jo Cox MP

    I have been employed in education as a teacher and latterly a leader for over thirty years. Given my subject is History, I have always been cautious about engaging in politics. Far be it for me to expound my views to young people on how they should live their lives...

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Who we are

The Stephen Perse Foundation brings together six schools under the same ethos – to offer an education which is about educating young people for their future. Whilst we remain committed to academic excellence we understand the importance of an education which values the immeasurable as well as the measurable.  

Our distinctive Learning Wheel places our learners at its core. To stand still is potentially to go backwards and so everyone in our organisation – students, staff and teachers – all look to the future.

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    Outer circle

    We prepare young people to blaze a trail in whatever field they choose. They leave us equipped with a breadth of skills, ready to become responsible global citizens.

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    Learning Segment

    We group our subjects together into six curriculum areas. We teach subjects in an integrated way, because the future belongs to those who can think way beyond narrow subject boundaries.

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    Learning to think

    Education is not just about imparting knowledge. It’s about teaching young people how to think for themselves: critically, creatively and collaboratively.

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    Developing Character

    Fostering a secure bedrock of self-esteem and a sure moral compass is essential preparation for a future in a complex world.

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    Our Learners

    Our schools are small enough to ensure that each learner is known. By placing our learners at the centre of our approach, we create an education that allows individuality to flourish.