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Our Foundation is a vibrant, dynamic place to work. Here the phrase 'community of learners' really comes to life – it is a place where inspiring achievements happen everyday.

  • Teacher of Mathematics

    Posted 5th October 2017

       

  • Mini Bus Driver

    Posted 28th September 2017

    Closing date: Friday 27th October 2017 at noon. 

  • Science, Create and Design Engineering Technician - Dame Bradbury's

    Posted 21st September 2017

    Closing Date: Friday 10th November 2017

Working with us

Our Foundation is a family of six independent schools in Cambridge, Madingley and Saffron Walden, providing an educational pathway for boys and girls from age 3-18.

From Tricia Kelleher, Principal

At the Stephen Perse Foundation everyone is a learner.

Our teachers strive to inspire and engage through a wide range of pedagogical approaches – supported by a wider team of dedicated, professional staff.

Together, we are providing an education that is holistic and forward-thinking, to prepare young people for a future in our fast-changing world.

Our future

We believe in the importance of investing in the future.

In joining us, you’ll become part of our exciting plans for the future.

Getting to know us

Find out more about our vision, our approach to learning and our history. 

  • Our vision

    Rather than just turning out young people who are highly-skilled at passing exams, we prepare young people to be independent thinkers in an ever-changing world.
  • Our curriculum

    Our Learning Wheel places the learner at its core, is holistic and integrates the key areas of knowledge and understanding with thinking skills and learning characteristics.
  • Our history

    Founded in 1881, originally as The Perse School for Girls, we have always been at the forefront of progress in education. This continues today, with awards such as Independent School of the Year and IB School of the Year amongst our recent accolades.

Life in Cambridge

Cambridge is one of the most culturally diverse cities for its size. With a population of 120,000 our local community maintains a stable core, as well as a changing group of people connected with the universities (the University of Cambridge and Anglia Ruskin University) and thriving local businesses.

Cambridge buzzes with intellectual and commercial life and is renowned worldwide for its history, exquisite architecture and huge cultural appeal.