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Nursery and Pre-Prep
We aim to make the children’s first experience of school happy and exciting: we encourage them to develop their confidence, curiosity and passion for learning.
The academic excellence of a top city day school coupled with first-rate pastoral care, a strong commitment to sport, the creative arts and extra-curricular life.
We want pupils to thrive on academic challenges, but also to relish extra-curricular opportunities whether on the sports field, in the concert hall, on stage or in expeditions.
Our students benefit greatly from being part of a larger 11- 18 school community: they play an important leadership role as prefects, expedition leaders and sports captains.
About The Perse
Exam Performance 2014
In 2014, more than three-quarters of Perse A level entries were graded at either A* or A and more than 60% of Perse students achieved 3 or more A* or A grades. In 2014, 91% of GCSE entries were graded at A* - A.
Three schools in one
We educate boys and girls from aged 3 - 18 on three separate sites. Children progress through three distinctive schools but benefit from being part of a larger institution with an integrated curriculum and pastoral care system and access to first class facilities.
In 2013, 30 students were offered places at Oxbridge, 11 at medical schools, and 1 at an elite overseas university. The Sutton Trust identified us as the most successful school or college in the region for getting pupils into the top 30 universities.
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Visiting the School
Come and see us in action
An opportunity to see our pupils in the classroom, meet our staff and look around on a working day.
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