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If you only want to read blog posts from one school, you can visit their individual blog: Pre-Prep, Dame Bradbury's, Junior School, Senior School, 6th Form.

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  • How could a Liberal Arts degree benefit you?

    Published 01/05/18

    Dr Rosa Andujar provided an intriguing insight into the world of Liberal Arts, a degree choice increasing in popularity in the past five years in the UK.

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  • Peace and safety for all - Bessie meets Klara

    Published 01/05/18

    We learn more about what we can do to help support the UN's Global Goal #16 when Bessie the traveling bear meets 6th Form student and CamMUN leader Klara Spark.

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  • Should pain relief be a human right?

    Published 30/04/18

    Dr Rajesh Munglani fascinated Stephen Perse students, staff and parents alike when he gave a talk about the ethics of pain management and pain relief.

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  • Autism talk and Q&A with Professor Simon Baron-Cohen

    Published 26/04/18

    Leading autism expert Simon Baron-Cohen talks to the Stephen Perse Foundation about his latest research.

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  • A new take on 'Carmen' - 6th Form impressions

    Published 12/03/18

    6th Form students enjoy a unique live performance of Bizet's Carmen

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  • French play 'ART' review

    Published 07/03/18

    SPF staff and students share their thoughts having watched French comedy 'ART'

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  • An inspiring day of Classics lectures

    Published 22/02/18

    Our Year 11 and L6 students travelled to London for an engrossing day of talks and lectures designed to enrich their Classics learning experience. Read the thoughts of two of our students below.

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  • Japanese exchange - Days 1 and 2

    Published 13/02/18

    Japanese exchange 2018 (Days 1 and 2) commentary by SPF students

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  • Walking in the footsteps of rebels...

    Published 15/12/17

    6th Form students take a historic walking tour on a wintry day.

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  • Art meets science through the Protein Data Bank

    Published 13/12/17

    6th Form student sees her artwork selected for the PDBe's 2018 calendar

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  • The Bard in Italy - Y11-13 trip, October 2017

    Published 17/11/17

    In the extremely early hours of Thursday 19 October, 38 intrepid students set off for Italy accompanied by four members of staff from the Visual Arts, English, Drama, and Modern Foreign Language departments.

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  • Equestrian success at the NSEA Championships

    Published 01/11/17

    Congratulations are in order for Anna and Casper at the NSEA Championships.

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  • Writing with The Guardian

    Published 20/10/17

    The Guardian Newspaper Day on 17th October saw students step into a journalist's shoes.

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  • Can We All Be #GIRLBOSS[es]?

    Published 28/03/17

    Book review : #GIRLBOSS

    by Cynthia Chiu

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  • Whiskers, Tails and Everything Nice. 

    Published 07/03/17

    Whiskers, Tails and Everything Nice. 

    Raise the curtains, let’s reveal what goes on behind the glamourous ‘Cats’ production at the Senior School.

    Cynthia Chiu

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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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