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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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  • You said: we did...

    In 2016, we ran a survey across the Foundation which identified ways in which we could improve parent and carer communication...

    24
    Mar
  • Alumna Polly Faber visits Junior School

    Alumna Polly Faber (left 1989) visited our Junior School this week for a reading and a talk about her series of children's books ca...

    22
    Mar
  • Inspire Me event - workshop by Dr Julian Sheather from the British Medical Association

    6th Form students looking for a career as medics, dentists, vets and natural scientists are invited to a workshop with the British Medical A...

    21
    Mar
  • An aerodynamic experience from Marshalls

    Students in Year 8 were treated to an aerodynamics experience using a wind tunnel from Marshalls in an initiative called Launch Pad...

    21
    Mar
  • Students invent interactive pill box for Alzheimer's sufferers for national competition

    Three students from the Stephen Perse Foundation have come up with an innovative new idea to help sufferers of Alzheimer's...

    21
    Mar
  • I'm an engineer... get me out of here!

    How tall can you build a tower with just five pieces of newspaper and a metre of masking tape...

    21
    Mar
  • Pretty in Pink? 🚺

    Women's role in society has expanded and grown throughout history and now their image is catching up. By Alex Cullen and Kitty Pickth...

    16
    Mar
  • Fancy a lunch of Gadus Morhua and J.J. Thompson pudding as part of British Science Week?

    Fancy tucking into some Gadus Morhua and carbohydrates with a side of citric acid emulsion?   Then how does a J.J. Thompson pudding a...

    16
    Mar
  • Alumna Imogen in 2017 Boat Race crew

    Alumna Imogen Grant (left SPF 2012) will be rowing as part of the prestigious Cambridge University Women's Boat Race (CUWBC) crew on Sun...

    16
    Mar
  • Our wide world of programming and coding...

    Coding, the process of giving a digital device an instruction or set of instructions to complete an operation, is a language of the future...

    10
    Mar
  • Year 5 visit to Burghley House

    Year 5 pupils arrived at school on Thursday 23 February, looking as though they had stepped straight out of the Tudor era. It was a windy mo...

    10
    Mar
  • Year 6 evacuation day at Dame Bradbury's

    Following on from our stimulating collaborative day at Bletchley Park and as past of our WW2 topic, Junior School Year 6 pupils were evacuat...

    10
    Mar
  • Tricia Kelleher's blog

    Lies, damned lies and critical thinking

    Knowledge is power. Or is it? It is fair to say that there has been something of an onslaught on the integrity and indeed authority of knowledge in recent times...

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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.