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25 October 2018

Parkside Sixth Football Development Programme
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25 October 2018

Parkside Sixth Football Development Programme

Exciting new programme Parkside Sixth Form will be delivering with Cambridge City and Ipswich Town football clubs. Further details available at the Parkside Sixth Open Evening on 30th October!

Download the flyer here.

5 October 2018

Mrs Dix Classics Case Study
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5 October 2018

Mrs Dix Classics Case Study

Angela Dix, Head of International Education and Communication at Parkside, reflects on approaches to engaging young people in primary schools with the study of Ancient Greek. Read her case study here: https://classicsforall.org.uk/case-studies/gateways-to-greek/

3 October 2018

Geneva 2018
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3 October 2018

Geneva 2018

This month, some of our Sixth Formers flew to Geneva to visit CERN to see the Hadron Collider. The trip included a 3 hour tour of the facility and a visit to the United Nations and International Red Cross, both also based in Geneva.

Students took lots of photos to share – including some of Physics Monkey, who accompanied them on their tour…Inside the UN chamber…And under the Broken Chair sculpture across the street from the Palace of Nations. The 12-metre high sculpture symbolises opposition to landmines and cluster bombs. This is the first time CAST has visited CERN but we hope to repeat the trip on an annual basis for our Year 12 and 13.

26 September 2018

Cambridge Academic Partnership – Cambridge Independent Article
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26 September 2018

Cambridge Academic Partnership – Cambridge Independent Article

On Wednesday 26th September, the Cambridge Independent published a three page article on Cambridge Academic Partnership. The article included comments from our Chief Executive, Andrew Hutchinson, and our new Chair for the Trust, Janet Swadling. There is a piece on each of our schools and our Adult Learn and Train department as well.

Click here to view a copy of the article.

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“It is a privilege to be a part of Cambridge Academic Partnership and watch the schools grow and flourish.”

Who we are

Cambridge Academic Partnership is a partnership- of community schools which aspire to be local lifelong learning centres of excellence. Our values define our ethos and help us measure the appropriateness of our decisions.

I look forward to welcoming you to our schools.

Andrew Hutchinson OBE
Chief Executive

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