Monthly Archives: March 2014

A timeless education for life

Today we marked our Founder’s Day. This annual event presents us with a valuable moment in our busy school calendar to pause and reflect on our history. In an institution where the day-to-day focus is to all intents and purposes … Continue reading

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The route to excellence

Sometimes newspaper stories start in one place before literally and metaphorically ending in another. Last week’s Sunday Times ran a front page story reporting that: “research by the government’s university funding body into 132,000 students over three years found state … Continue reading

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World Book Day 2014: why you should read novels

Guest blog by Duncan King, Head of Geography and Director of Digital Learning at The Perse School This is an excerpt from a whole-school assembly given prior to World Book Day, 2014: ‘Listen you little wise acre: I’m big, you’re little, I’m … Continue reading

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