- SPF International
4-5 Benet Place
- Head: Mrs Denise Hammersley
- T 01223 454762
- E [email protected]
- W www.stephenperse.com/colleges
- An independent school for boys and girls aged from 14 to 21.
- Boarding: Yes
- Local authority: Cambridgeshire
- Pupils: 126
- Religion: None
- Fees: £25,050 - £37,200 for boarding per annum. £18,750 - £23,655 for day students per annum.
- Open days: Please see website for details
- ISI report: View the ISI report
What the school says...
We specialise in offering GCSE and A-Levels. We offer close to 30 subjects at A-Level, as well as the International Foundation Programme.
In 2018, we joined the Stephen Perse Foundation, a collective of seven schools across Cambridge, Madingley and Saffron Walden.
Our teachers are experts in their field and experienced at getting students to university. As a result, we have students going onto Russell Group universities each year.
Our class sizes are very small, with each class having an average of six students in each.
Our teaching buildings are located in central Cambridge, as are our safe and comfortable boarding houses.
We're a friendly college with a small number of students from around 30 nationalities, as well as our British students. ...Read more
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Special Education Needs
We specialise in years 11,12,13. Therefore we expect the students we take to have backgrounds and capabilities which offer reasonable prospects of success in GCSE, AS, A2 exams. However, our small class size (maximum 8), the one-to-one element in all our sixth-from teaching and a pastoral system based on individual rather than form-group work, enable us to give a lot of support to students with difficulties. We can't however help in cases where behaviour or impairment is such that the student's needs make it significantly less feasible to provide good education to each member of a teaching group.