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  • Students take part in science experiments from home with the start of remote teaching

    Published 23/03/20

    In the last few days before schools were closed, our teachers began to use remote teaching so those students in self-isolation were not missing out on lessons.

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  • Years 9 and 10 pupils compete at the Perse Science Quiz

    Published 11/03/20

    A team of four from Years 9 and 10 recently competed in a science quiz at The Perse. The following write up of the event was written by Maggie in Y9.

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  • Developing global issues the focus at STEM competition

    Published 25/03/19

    A huge variety of projects were on show at the annual STEM competition between Dame Bradbury's and the Junior School, focusing on the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

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  • Year 5 pupils beat 20,000 other schools to win national science prize

    Published 23/11/18

    Three Year 5 pupils from the Stephen Perse Foundation Junior School have won the CLEAPSS Primary Science Competition, beating pupils from 20,000 other schools to this national prize. 

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  • Protein Data Bank Europe project

    Published 07/11/18

    Science and Art come together in this collaborative visit to the Human Genome Campus at Hinxton.

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  • Remembering Stephen Hawking

    Published 18/06/18

    Stephen Perse staff and students paid tribute to Stephen Hawking at his memorial service in Westminster Abbey last week - here, 6th Form student Alex L describes this memorable experience in his own words.

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  • Water themed competition for SPF's young scientists

    Published 26/03/18

    We celebrate the latest collaborative science competition for Junior School and Dame Bradbury's pupils.

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  • Horizon Discovery Project Day 

    Published 12/03/18

    Students extract DNA to solve a murder mystery for Horizon Discovery Project Day!

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  • SPF teacher to be face of science teaching scholarships

    Published 22/02/18

    Alison Maguire is selected to be part of the Royal Society of Chemistry's next campaign to attract and train new science teachers.

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

    Published 21/03/17

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

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