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March 2017

  • Pupils declare Stephen Perse Foundation's new eco classroom officially open!

    Published 31/03/17

    A brand new eco-classform for the Stephen Perse Foundation, designed to "keep the magic" of playing and learning outside, has now been officially opened near the Foundation's nature reserve on Latham Road.

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  • Spring Sporting Round Up

    Published 31/03/17

    Within any sporting season there will always be highs and lows to experience together. This term has produced a wealth of highlights and it is great to reflect on a few of them.

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  • Year 5 and 6 STEM competition

    Published 31/03/17

    This year’ STEM Competition, on the theme of ‘Flight’, culminated with the final presentation and judging event at Dame Bradbury's on Friday 10 March.

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  • Going off to space with Year 6

    Published 31/03/17

    Space Week is part of the Year 6 extension and enrichment programme and is a combination of off-timetable activities, trips and hands-on experiments.

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  • Language Talks - an integrated project

    Published 30/03/17

    By Liese Neely, Junior School French coordinator

    Our Junior School's amazing week of integrated learning, of threading languages through our curriculum, has left me feeling a little in awe of our pupils' casual acceptance of differences and great knack for spotting similarities between cultures.

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  • Discovering new languages with workshops

    Published 30/03/17

    We are very grateful to several parents who came into school on the Thursday to help us run our ‘Discover A Language’ workshops, which were a huge success.

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  • You said: we did...

    Published 24/03/17

    In 2016, we ran a survey across the Foundation which identified ways in which we could improve parent and carer communication.

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  • Our wide world of programming and coding...

    Published 10/03/17

    Coding, the process of giving a digital device an instruction or set of instructions to complete an operation, is a language of the future.

    As part of British Science Week, the Programming for Primaries event is trying to get schools to do more to get their pupils enjoying coding, and is spreading the message that Year 8 is too late to get engaged in coding.

    At the Stephen Perse Foundation, we are coding on a daily basis from the age of three and in all elements of school life – from maths to history and everything in between.

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  • Year 5 visit to Burghley House

    Published 10/03/17

    Year 5 pupils arrived at school on Thursday 23 February, looking as though they had stepped straight out of the Tudor era. It was a windy morning so the Tudor ladies had to hold onto their bonnets as they boarded the coaches! 

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  • Year 6 evacuation day at Dame Bradbury's

    Published 10/03/17

    Following on from our stimulating collaborative day at Bletchley Park and as past of our WW2 topic, Junior School Year 6 pupils were evacuated to Dame Bradbury's in Saffron Walden to spend time with their counterparts at Dame B’s on Tuesday 21 February. 

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  • Mission to the moon! Year 4 collaborative project

    Published 10/03/17

    On Tuesday 21 February sixteen teams, consisting of Year 4 pupils from both the Junior School and Dame Bradbury’s, competed for consideration as astronauts on a forthcoming mission to the moon. Each activity was designed to prepare them for the mission and earned them points towards a final score, which would determine whether they had what it takes to be a space shuttle crew.

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  • Year 3 stay safe with visit to Hazard Alley

    Published 10/03/17

    On Tuesday 21 February Year 3 went on an exciting trip to the Safety Centre in Milton Keynes; here they entered Hazard Alley and learnt how to keep themselves and others safe in a variety of different situations.

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