Cambridge Centre for Sixth-form Studies
The Cambridge Centre for Sixth-form Studies (CCSS) was an independent sixth-form college for boarding and day students aged 15 to 19. In September 2018 it became part of the Stephen Perse Foundation . The college, which was founded in 1980, owned teaching and residential accommodation in the centre of Cambridge.
|Cambridge Centre for Sixth-Form Studies|
The school logo
|School type||sixth-form college, boarding school|
|Age||15 to 19|
|Campus||Station Road, Bene't Place|
|School colour(s)||White, Blue|
- James Brokenshire, Conservative politician
- Zac Goldsmith, journalist and Conservative politician
- Charlie Elphicke, Conservative politician, currently suspended from the Conservative Party pending investigations.
Literature, TV, music, and drama:
- Hadley Freeman, newspaper columnist and writer.
- Daisy McAndrew, television news journalist.
- Zoe Hardman, TV presenter and actress.
- Tom Wontner, actor. Great grandson of Arthur Wontner.
- Giles Lamb, award winning Scottish music composer and sound designer.
- Alex Dolan, journalist and weather presenter on BBC Look East.