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  • Year 5 trip to Burghley House

    Published 26/03/18

    Year 5 pupils immerse themselves in Tudor times at Burghley House.

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  • Year 4 visits to the Scott Polar Museum

    Published 26/03/18

    Year 4 get into their polar exploration gear and learn about Captain Scott.

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  • WW2 Collaboration Day for Year 6

    Published 27/02/18

    Year 6 go back in time and evacuate to Saffron Walden.

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  • Year 4 Space Collaboration Day

    Published 23/02/18

    What does it take to be selected for a mission to the moon? Dame Bradbury's and Junior School pupils find out!

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  • Year 6 collaboration visit to Bletchley Park

    Published 19/02/18

    A wonderful day at Bletchley Park for both the Junior School and Dame Bradbury's.

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  • How our language videos helped break a world record

    Published 16/01/18

    Junior School and Pre-Prep pupils see their video creations chosen as Editors' Choice for the Council of Europe's world record success.

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  • 'Ebenezer' delights audience and showcases Year 6 talent

    Published 14/12/17

    A fantastic performance of 'Ebenezer' from Year 6 this term, and just how many Scrooges were there?

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  • Festive fun across the Foundation

    Published 12/12/17

    The festive spirit has been taking over the Foundation this season!

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  • Japanese Exchange 2017 - In Cambridge with Teddy!

    Published 03/02/17

    The amazing adventures of the Stephen Perse teddy continue here in Cambridge, before he joins the exchange trip to Japan next week!

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  • Year One English lessons inspired by the Amazon Rainforest

    Published 07/06/16

    English lessons involve all four skills, receptive skills: listening and reading; and productive skills: speaking and writing.

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  • The Vision of Learning

    Published 15/03/16

    Building on the previous blog post, ‘Learning is not confined inside the walls of a classroom’, this post will talk about the different learning types that are taken into consideration in the Pre-prep School and how these adhere to the Stephen Perse Foundation (SPF) curriculum wheel.

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