London Dungeons

Trip to London Dungeons which includes a couple of hours of free time to explore London further.

The London Dungeon is one of the capital’s must-see signature attractions – delighting audiences for almost 40 years. A 2-hour journey through 1000 years of London’s murky past, you and your companions walk through the Dungeon, moving from show to show, guided by our professional actors.

The shows are based on real London history and legends (minus the boring bits). You’ll get “up-close and personal” with sinister characters including Jack the Ripper and the infamous barber of Fleet Street, Sweeney Todd.

It’s a fully themed experience – 360° sets, full on authenticity and theatrical storytelling. On your journey you’ll pass through the Whitechapel Labyrinth of misty East London streets, plague-ravaged houses, the fearsome torture chamber and see (and feel!) what could have been if Guy Fawkes had succeeded. Believe us, it’s better than a sightseeing or boring museum tour of London.

GOAT Pop up Christmas Market

Experience the magical atmosphere of Cambridge’s No.1 independent café, our neighbours around the corner from Scholars House and around the corner from Bene’t Place.

GOAT Pop up Christmas Market @ Hot Numbers (next to Scholars) 7pm-9:30pm FREE PUBLIC EVENT

Krishna Kritis

Natyanjali Dance School puts together a line up of Krishna Kritis, performed by Natyanjali Students @ Impington Village College, Cambridge, CB24 9LX  £6 per person 3:45pm

Ice Skating

Ice Skating @ Parker’s Piece approx. £10 per person for an hour of skating – there are different time slots so groups can be arranged for times that suit you best

Britain & Europe, Past and Future

‘Britain & Europe, Past and Future’ by Professor Harold James, Professor of International Affairs, Princeton University @ The Perse Upper School, 7:30pm FREE PUBLIC LECTURE

Mentoring Event & BBQ

Join us for a day of mentoring and networking. We have one-on-one mentoring sessions prepared for our current students with alumni, followed by a motivational talk from Ben Maxfield, founder of BXM expeditions (UK Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Expedition company) and an ambassador for OEX outdoors.

But that’s not all! After that we would love if you could join us for a BBQ with live music and wonderful company!
14:00 – 16:00     Speed mentoring session alumni vs students
16:15 – 17:15     A motivational talk by Ben Maxfield
17:20 – onwards     Networking with BBQ and live music.

Event open to all CCSS alumni, current and former tutors and current students.

ISA Eastern Athletics Competition

CCSS welcomes ISA (Independent Schools Association) East schools to participate in the ISA East Anglian Senior Athletics event, held at the University of Cambridge Athletics Track. Students and parents are invited to support the athletes and enjoy the refreshments provided.


CCSS May Ball

Our annual May Ball is always one of the highlights of the year! Inspired by the balls held by the University colleges in Cambridge, it’s a great opportunity for students- and even some staff- to dress up and come together for an evening of fun and celebration. It is also an opportunity for students and staff to say farewell to the departing upper sixth. The evening starts with a champagne reception followed by a two course meal and a disco.

This year it’s being held at Anstey Hall with a Great Gatsby theme!

CCSS May Ball

Easter Revision

Our Easter Revision courses are aimed to maximise students’ performance in their summer exams. Our small class sizes, experienced subject specialists and excellent resources mean that students are given the best possible chance at success. We aim to improve confidence, support existing knowledge and hone exam techniques. Courses are available for IGCSE, GCSE, AS and A2 and cover a range of exam boards.


Parents’ Day

Current parents/guardians are invited to meet their child’s teachers and tutor to discuss their progress.
This is by appointment only and appointments are co-ordinated by Beverly Frost.