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  • Gold medal winning alumna talks to sporting students about her success

    Published 29/10/20

    With sports fixtures suspended this term due to Covid-19, the Stephen Perse Sports Department has made a special effort to continue to offer a broad curriculum, focusing ondeveloping skills, fitness and tactical awareness.

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  • Alumna ordained at St Paul's Cathedral

    Published 09/10/20

    Georgina Elsey attended The Perse School for Girls, in Pollock House, between 2000 and 2008. She celebrated the 125th anniversary of the school, and went through extensive building work, sitting through damp assemblies in a marquee in the garden, to enjoy a new hall, dining room, and library before she left.

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  • ​​​​​​​Inspiring stories from Stephen Perse Alumni: The Deighton sisters

    Published 29/05/20

    This is the story of three sisters, all former pupils of Perse Girls in the late 1890s/early 1900s told to us by granddaughter Kate Mears. 

    Kate relayed the inspiring story about the Deighton sisters, her two Great Aunts, Dorothy and Winifred, and her Grandmother Margaret and how their lives were shaped by the events of the early 20th Century including the Spanish Flu epidemic and the First World War (WW1). 

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  • Stephen Perse Alumna graduates university and begins work as a junior doctor early to help amidst Covid-19

    Published 28/04/20

    Many congratulations to Louisa Bateman, a former Stephen Perse Foundation student (2007-2012) who today graduates from medical school with a distinction in MB ChB and a Masters in Public Health and International Development from the University of Sheffield.

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  • Guidance and Careers Fair in partnership with North Cambridge Academy 2020

    Published 04/03/20
    Our annual Guidance and Careers Fair saw Year 10, 11 and sixth form students, along with students from our state school partnership (North Cambridge Academy - NCA) attending morning talks with visiting speakers representing different universities and degree apprenticeships . Universities present included Nottingham, Lancaster, Surrey, Stirling, and UEA.
    In the afternoon,  the Careers Fair in our Senior School Hall hosted over 40 institutions and employers, for our students to speak in more detail about the application process, specific courses and life in different universities.
    We were particularly delighted to welcome alumni to help at the event - Louisa O'Grady (pictured, left SPF 2015), in her 4th year at Nottingham University taking a Masters in Chemistry, and also an alumni ambassador for the university; Anna Moscuzza (left SPF 2018) graduated from Warwick in 2018 after completing a history degree (including a year in Australia).  Anna now works for the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) assisting British nationals who get into difficulty in South Asia; and Abigail Chen (left SPF 2019) and is currently at Warwick University studying PPE (Politics, Philosophy and Economics).
    Not only did our students find the event really helpful, we opened the event to local state school pupils in Yr 10 and 11 from North Cambridge Academy to benefit from the event.

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  • Alumna using Virtual Reality to understand mental health issues in adolescents.

    Published 06/11/19

    Alumna using Virtual Reality to understand mental health issues in adolescents to talk at Inspire & Guide talk.

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  • World record holding alumna to join crew to row Atlantic Ocean.

    Published 04/11/19

    World record holding alumna to join crew to row Atlantic Ocean.

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  • Alumna named on the BBC's '100 Women 2019'prestigious list

    Published 18/10/19

    Alumna named on BBC's '100 Women 2019' list.

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  • Alumna in the top 150 outstanding African and Caribbean university undergraduates in the UK

    Published 02/10/19

    Alumna Maryam Rimi features the top 150 outstanding African and Caribbean university undergraduates and recent graduates in the UK.

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  • Alumna's work on revolutionary cancer drugs

    Published 02/10/19

    Alumna Dr Julia Chisholm has a 'Revolutionary' new class of cancer drugs approved by NHS.

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  • Victoria Ball TEDx talk on communication

    Published 02/10/19

    Alumna TEDx talk by Victoria Ball

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  • Alumna Jane McMullen, wins Amnesty International Documentary Award.

    Published 20/05/19

    Alumna Jane McMullen, BBC Producer, wins Amnesty International Documentary Award, and produces BBC Documentary.

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  • Alumni University Experience event

    Published 04/04/19

    Alumni currently at university give panel talk to current students

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  • Katie Milne retirement

    Published 28/03/19

    We would like alumni and former staff to send in memories! 

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  • Alumna Chloe Merrell awarded Harvard Fellowship

    Published 25/03/19

    Alumna Chloe Merrell (left SPF 2014), has been awarded the highly regarded Joseph Hodges Choate Memorial fellowship at Harvard University for 2019-2020.

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  • Research success for Sheila Thomas

    Published 12/03/19

    Research success for Sheila Thomas, on Developmental Language Disorder.

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  • Alumna Bernice Wadsworth's legacy

    Published 31/01/19

    Alumna Bernice Wadsworth leaves generous legacy to The Foundation.

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  • Alumna Claire Stevens appointed a CBE

    Published 21/01/19

    Alumna Claire Stevens appointed a CBE in the New Year's Honours List.

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