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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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  • 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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  • SPF alumna leads her Oxford team to the University Challenge Grand Final

    Published 24/04/18

    Leonie Woodland skilfully captained Merton College, Oxford to the 2018 University Challenge Grand Final, to battle against St John's College, Cambridge. The final was aired on Monday 23 April, so what happened on the night?

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  • Two alumni in 'Top 30 Under 30' list

    Published 23/03/18

    Helena Powell and Phoebe Stone have both been featured as rising stars in Citywire Magazine's 'Top 30 Under 30' list.

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  • Junior School pupils visit Goldie boathouse and meet CUWBC Head Coach

    Published 14/03/18

    With three alumni on the Cambridge University Women's Boat Club (CUWBC) squad for 2018, our Junior School pupils took inspiration from a visit to their Goldie Boathouse and a chat to the Head Coach.

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  • Katie Garrett biotech film

    Published 27/09/17

    As we gather alumni speakers for our Inspire & Guide programme for students, please take a look at this inspiring film made by alumna Katie Garrett (left SPF 2010) about careers in the Biotech industry. If you are interested in taking part in our Inspire & Guide programme for Yr 10/11 students (on Friday mornings in term time), please get in touch.

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