Cambridge Centre for Sixth-form Studies
|Cambridge Centre for Sixth-Form Studies|
The school logo
|School type||sixth-form college, boarding school|
|Age||15 to 21|
|Campus||Station Road, Bene't Place|
|School colour(s)||White, Blue|
The Cambridge Centre for Sixth-form Studies (CCSS) is an independent sixth-form college for boarding and day students aged 15 to 21. The college owns teaching and residential accommodation in the centre of Cambridge.
The college was founded in 1980.
CCSS is a member of: the Independent Schools' Council (ISC), the Independent Schools' Association (ISA), the Boarding Schools Association (BSA), the Association for the Education and Guardianship of International Students (AEGIS), and the Council for Independent Education (CIFE)
- James Brokenshire, Conservative politician
- Zac Goldsmith, journalist and Conservative politician
- Charlie Elphicke, Conservative politician
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.
- "Our man gets top post at schools association". Cambridge News. 13 May 2015.
- Independent Schools Association http://www.isaschools.org.uk/the-executive.php. Retrieved 28 May 2015. Missing or empty
- "James Brokenshire". The Huffington Post. n.d. Archived from the original on 21 January 2014.
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