We all know that feeling. You’ve spent all your time revising for your exams and then September rolls around and you have to start the hard work all over again. It’s hard to maintain that motivation that got you through the tough times but hopefully these tips will inspire you! Tip No. 1: Clean … Continue reading How To Motivate Yourself Post-Exams
What happens after June 8th? 1. Form a Government After the election there will be 650 MPs that will have been elected by YOUR VOTES. If one party obtains more than 326 MPs they have a majority of the votes and therefore can pass laws. This party will form a government. If no single party … Continue reading Q: How does parliament work?
The time is currently 2.5 minutes to midnight. Time in most senses marches onwards without us having any possible say in things. Yet as the mechanism behind the minute hand of the world's doomsday clock creaks and threatens to move we must step back from the brink and wind the clock back. The situation all … Continue reading Opinion: We Must Rewind the Clock
The lights dimmed as the first notes of the first song began to ring across the theatre. Cheers heralded the entrance of the star of the performance as the lights went on. Then the show started. The performance of Lindsey Stirling on the final night of her Brave Enough Tour was beyond superb. The lighting, … Continue reading Lindsey Stirling “Brave Enough” Tour Review | London
On Wednesday we witnessed England's first major terrorist attack since the murder of Jo Cox in June of last year, and the first one with multiple fatalities since the 7/7 bombings in 2005. Undoubtedly a tragedy, the attack has affected people up and down the country regardless of whether they have friends or family in … Continue reading #WeAreNotAfraid
WWF’s Earth Hour is an annual global event where people switch off their lights for one hour to show they care about the future of our planet. It's the world's largest stance towards climate change and this year it celebrates its 10th year of impact. This year it falls on Saturday 25th March. However one … Continue reading “But what good is switching off our lights for an hour?”
The start of February could only possibly mean one thing to avid rugby fans like myself, the start of The RBS Six Nations. The English men’s side have enjoyed an unbeaten 2016, after a frankly shameful World cup appearance the year before, where a lack-luster England side were knocked out at in the group stage. … Continue reading Women’s rugby on the rise?
I want to start off by putting it out there that I don’t have answers. The other week I found myself stressing out about my moral obligation to fight against what I think is wrong. That’s why I want to talk about my relationship with politics in this article. I don’t know a lot about … Continue reading THE ROLE OF A SEVENTEEN YEAR OLD GIRL IN POLITICS
My name is Eddie James - I’m an aspiring medic, I love photography and I’m a young gay man. If you would have told me that in Year 7, I would not have believed you. Purely because I hadn’t known about any of these attributes of which I hold so dearly as part of myself. … Continue reading Own Your Labels
It’s not as easy as it looks: the life of the Head Boy and Head Girl! What do you actually do? Henry: Tai and I are always doing things, from making posters telling people to put stuff in the bin, to organising events, finding furniture and representing the pupils’ voice at Governors’ meetings. What do … Continue reading It’s not as easy as it looks: the life of the Head Boy and Head Girl!