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  • Around the houses - responsibility and creativity

    Published 26/09/17, by Cath Thornley

    We believe it's never too early to start taking charge – with a sense of fairness and personal responsibility.

    As well as belonging to a class and a year group, everyone is a member of one of our six School Houses. There was great excitement when our newcomers were each allocated to a house and attended their first house meeting.

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  • A Roman invasion

    Published 26/09/17, by Cath Thornley

    While some lessons are reasonably predictable, we like to include surprises as part of our approach to learning in Junior School. This term began with an invasion of the 'Roman kind' for our Year 4 pupils, to discover more about the Roman invasion of Britain. 

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  • Junior School - Headteacher's Blog

    Published 31/03/17, by Jeanette Ariano

    Shakespeare Rocks! The posters, glimpses of rehearsals and increasing number of costumes and props on every surface in the Year 5 classrooms hinted that we were in for a treat on 29 March.

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  • The Vision of Learning

    Published 15/03/16, by e4 education

    Building on the previous blog post, ‘Learning is not confined inside the walls of a classroom’, this post will talk about the different learning types that are taken into consideration in the Pre-prep School and how these adhere to the Stephen Perse Foundation (SPF) curriculum wheel.

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  • The future of learning with the youngest children

    Published 08/10/15, by e4 education

    At the Stephen Perse Foundation we have embraced technology. The way in which we use iPads and technology to enhance and transform the curriculum we provide to students has been internationally noted.

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  • Homework - the lot of school children across the ages

    Published 12/07/15, by e4 education

    In the minds of adults typically there is a correlation between the amount of homework set and the progress children are making.

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