Perse School for Girls

Perse School For Girls

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Perse School for Girls

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The Stephen Perse Foundation is an independent, fee-paying day school situated near the centre of Cambridge, England. The Foundation is made up of four schools: The Stephen Perse Pre-Prep School, for boys and girls aged 3-7, Perse Girls Junior School,for girls aged 7-11, Perse Girls Senior School, for girls aged 11-16, and the Stephen Perse Sixth Form College, for boys and girls aged 16-18The Stephen Perse Foundation has a strong reputation for academic excellence.


The Perse School for Girls was founded in 1881 by Miss Street. The name of Dr Stephen Perse, a fellow of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge (who died in the 1600s) is associated with the school. The School will be celebrating its 130th anniversary in 2011.


All girls in the Junior and Senior Schools are put into one of the six houses; Cattley (dark blue), Clark (yellow), Kennett (red), Pollock (white), Rose (green) and Street (light blue). Houses take part in term competitions, as well as a Sports Day, which takes place on the last day of the Summer Term.

Site and Facillities

The school site occupies a city "block", three sides bordered by residential streets and the fourth by the University of Cambridge Department of Chemistry. The school recently redeveloped the school hall, dining room and library.

The Perse Girls Junior School (7-11) occupies a site close to the main secondary school.

In September 2008, the school established the co-educational Stephen Perse Sixth Form college in...
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