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The best of both worlds

Boys and girls learning in parallel classes from Year 5

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"Our school is a friendly, busy place where what you already know matters less than what you can learn. Where horizons expand rapidly – taking in science, languages, sports, music, drama and fundraising. Where positive learning habits and thinking skills are part of every lesson ... ”

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The best of both worlds

Up until Year 5 our girls and boys enjoy learning together. From Year 5, they enter single-sex lessons for core subjects – whilst still working together in other areas of the curriculum.

Latest News

  • Thoughts on freedom - from National Poetry Day

    National Poetry Day is an annual celebration that inspires people throughout the UK to enjoy, discover and share poems. At the Junior School...

    18
    Oct
  • An Island Adventure – Year 3 Collaborative Project

    Excitement levels were high on Thursday 5 October as the Year 3 pupils from both the Junior School and Dame Bradbury’s boarded the...

    18
    Oct
  • Go Wild! Year 5 Collaborative Project Day

    Thursday 5 October began with blustery winds and heavy downpours. However, by the time Year 5 pupils from the Junior School and Dame Br...

    18
    Oct
  • Outdoor classroom week - lessons at Latham Road

    The week of Outdoor Classroom Day was marked in Science by a series of outdoor activities at Latham Road. 

    18
    Oct
  • HandleBards bring Shakespeare alive for Years 5 & 6

    On Monday 16 October pupils in Years 5 & 6 were treated to a wonderful performance of ‘As You Like It’, by HandleBards...

    18
    Oct
  • Language competition success 

    As part of our celebrations and activities for European Day of Languages on 26 September, the Year 5 and Year 6 classes took part in an inte...

    18
    Oct
  • Global Outlook – Junior School partners GG International

    Global outlook is an extremely important aspect of a Stephen Perse education and an initiative, such as our collaboration with GG (Goel Gang...

    26
    Sep
  • Year 6’s field trip to the Norfolk coast

    Before setting out for Norfolk on 20 September, the Year 6 pupils had an impromptu discussion about erosion, transportation, longshore drift...

    26
    Sep
  • French collaboration for Year 3

    Our Year 3 pupils from both Junior School and Dame Bradbury's School joined together for 'Les escargots' - a themed, collaborati...

    20
    Jul
  • Students vote in mock elections after school campaigns

    As voters descended on polling stations around the country yesterday, young voters also posted their ballots during the Stephen Perse Founda...

    09
    Jun
  • Year 4 residential trip to Burwell

    Year 4 pupils had waited for many months for their Burwell experience and when it arrived, earlier this month, it certainly lived up to expe...

    24
    May
  • Year 6's trip to Scotland

    Early on the morning of Tuesday 25th April, Year 6 pupils set out for the craggy elegance of Edinburgh. The views of the east coast didn'...

    09
    May
  • Blog

    A Roman invasion

    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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