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Stephen Perse Foundation pupils' dress designs are fantastic plastic

Stephen Perse Foundation pupils' dress designs are fantastic plastic

Stephen Perse Foundation pupils' dress designs are fantastic plastic

29 January 2018

Students at the Stephen Perse Foundation became fashion designers for a Project Runway-style competition using only recycled materials.


Cub designers at Abbey Meadows Primary School build cardboard city at Cambridge LaunchPad event

Cub designers at Abbey Meadows Primary School build cardboard city at Cambridge LaunchPad event

Cub designers at Abbey Meadows Primary School build cardboard city at Cambridge LaunchPad event

16 December 2017

Cambridge Regional College and Cambridge Cleantech also help students design renewable house.


Ethics is central to good leadership, says Cambridgeshire headteacher

Ethics is central to good leadership, says Cambridgeshire headteacher

Ethics is central to good leadership, says Cambridgeshire headteacher

06 December 2017

We can all recite some horror stories of bad management – no matter what career path you have chosen. But what makes a good leader? STEPHEN MUNDAY of The Cam Academy Trust has a few ideas.


Cambridgeshire MP offers insight into Parliament for Perse pupils

Cambridgeshire MP offers insight into Parliament for Perse pupils

Cambridgeshire MP offers insight into Parliament for Perse pupils

01 December 2017

Heidi Allen tells students all about the joys of being a parliamentary member


Cambridgeshire headteachers tell Hammond the funding sums don’t add up

Cambridgeshire headteachers tell Hammond the funding sums don’t add up

Cambridgeshire headteachers tell Hammond the funding sums don’t add up

16 November 2017

Cambridgeshire headteachers have joined with thousands of others in England to sign a letter to the chancellor protesting against “inadequate funding” for schools.


The many faces of Michael Rosen as he entertains 440 pupils from Cambridge for Historyworks

The many faces of Michael Rosen as he entertains 440 pupils from Cambridge for Historyworks

The many faces of Michael Rosen as he entertains 440 pupils from Cambridge for Historyworks

11 November 2017

Top poet hosts creative workshop at Coleridge Community College.


Trumpington Community College students look ready for some sporting action thanks to kit donation

Trumpington Community College students look ready for some sporting action thanks to kit donation

Trumpington Community College students look ready for some sporting action thanks to kit donation

14 June 2017

Students at Trumpington Community College are celebrating the arrival of a new sports kit, thanks to developers Countryside.


Cambridgeshire Festival of Education offers university students a chance to work with schools

Cambridgeshire Festival of Education offers university students a chance to work with schools

Cambridgeshire Festival of Education offers university students a chance to work with schools

14 June 2017

Dr Corinne Boz, head of education and social care at ARU, explains why excitement is building around the Festival of Education, supported by the Cambridge Independent.


Cambridge Festival of Education: The Power of Creativity

Cambridge Festival of Education: The Power of Creativity

Cambridge Festival of Education: The Power of Creativity

18 May 2017

A Festival of Education, supported by the Cambridge Independent, is coming this summer. Organiser Rachel Snape explains the drivers behind one of this year's themes: Creativity in Education.


The Perse School Cambridge: 'Blast from the past' a source of anxiety for students

The Perse School Cambridge: 'Blast from the past' a source of anxiety for students

The Perse School Cambridge: 'Blast from the past' a source of anxiety for students

17 May 2017

For parents and teachers of a certain age, the (re-) introduction of linear sixth-form courses with 'all or nothing' exams at the end of the upper sixth is a reassuringly familiar return to an assessment world they experienced.


Stephen Perse Foundation hold 'topping out' ceremony

Stephen Perse Foundation hold 'topping out' ceremony

Stephen Perse Foundation hold 'topping out' ceremony

17 May 2017

A 'topping out' ceremony was held to mark a new five-storey building at the Stephen Perse Foundation reaching its maximum height.


1,785 exclusions in a year from Cambridgeshire's academy secondary schools

1,785 exclusions in a year from Cambridgeshire's academy secondary schools

1,785 exclusions in a year from Cambridgeshire's academy secondary schools

15 April 2017

The number of pupils excluded from academy secondary schools in Cambridgeshire is coming under scrutiny.


Cambridge Centre for Sixth-form Studies mark Commonwealth Day

Cambridge Centre for Sixth-form Studies mark Commonwealth Day

Cambridge Centre for Sixth-form Studies mark Commonwealth Day

20 March 2017

Students from countries across the globe joined together at Cambridge Centre for Sixth-form Studies (CCSS) to celebrate Commonwealth Day.


How Cambridgeshire schools will be hit by funding cuts

How Cambridgeshire schools will be hit by funding cuts

How Cambridgeshire schools will be hit by funding cuts

16 March 2017

The number of teachers will be cut and class sizes will be bigger under the Government's revised school funding plans, Cambridgeshire headteachers fear.


Teaching children computer skills to ensure they are never lost in forever loops and sub-routines

Teaching children computer skills to ensure they are never lost in forever loops and sub-routines

Teaching children computer skills to ensure they are never lost in forever loops and sub-routines

03 March 2017

Andrew Severy - newly appointed computer science co-ordinator at St Mary’s Junior School in Cambridge – talks about the school’s commitment to effectively delivering the computing element of the national curriculum, and the challenge for parents and grandparents who may feel out of their depth with the subject.


Chesterton Community College granted £10 million expansion

Chesterton Community College granted £10 million expansion

Chesterton Community College granted £10 million expansion

02 March 2017

Chesterton Community College has been granted permission for a £10million expansion after months of campaigning for the move.


Petition calls for funding to expand Chesterton Community College

Petition calls for funding to expand Chesterton Community College

Petition calls for funding to expand Chesterton Community College

13 December 2016

A petition calling for investment in over-subscribed Chesterton Community College has been signed by almost 1,000 people.


Spending a night sleeping rough is eye-opener for Cambridge Regional College students

Spending a night sleeping rough is eye-opener for Cambridge Regional College students

Spending a night sleeping rough is eye-opener for Cambridge Regional College students

10 December 2016

Students had a taste of life on the streets when they braved a night in the cold to raise awareness for homelessness


Patrick's new violin role will have him pulling strings for orchestra

Patrick's new violin role will have him pulling strings for orchestra

Patrick's new violin role will have him pulling strings for orchestra

28 November 2016

A 17-year-old student at The Perse School in Cambridge has been appointed principal second violin for the National Youth Orchestra.


Move over A-levels, there's International competition

Move over A-levels, there's International competition

Move over A-levels, there's International competition

28 November 2016

The International Baccalaureate creates scientists who can write and artists who can count, says Parkside School's headteacher Jodh Dhesi.


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