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The Appeal of Gameplay in the Entertainment Industry -Eleanor Yuen, Newstead Wood School

Ever since the mid-twentieth century, games have been an essential part of teen or pre-teen pop culture. From the renowned arcade game, Pacman to the thrilling ‘Grand Theft Auto’ series, games have been and essential business to the entertainment…

12:00am Monday 1 May 2017

Nasty Party Tactics - Megan Clarke-stock, City and Islington Sixth Form College

Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn at an anti-austerity rally in London

Whether you like him or not, no one can deny Jeremy Corbyn seems to be just about the only politician in the whole election campaign with a strand of moral dignity about them. A 'mugwump' is one of the latest insults from the tories, with Boris…

12:00am Monday 1 May 2017

Snow and skis or sun and sand? - Ben Reilly, Charles Darwin School

Snow and skis or sun and sand? - Ben Reilly, Charles Darwin School

Despite being cramped up in a tiny seat against my snoring friend for almost 20 hours with minimal amounts of sleep that seemed to never end, the coach journey to the Austrian Alps wasn’t that bad. A flight would’ve been a better idea. Noted.…

11:59pm Sunday 30 April 2017

Are Exams a Cause of Stress for Teenagers?

Are Exams a Cause of Stress for Teenagers?

Exam season is right around the corner.  For those taking GCSEs and A levels this year, it can be an incredibly stressful time.  Obviously, there are many factors affecting stress in teenagers, however, important exams definitely contribute to the…

11:59pm Sunday 30 April 2017

Chipstead Sailing Club Open Day - Molly Lambert, Langley Park School for Girls

Chipstead Sailing Club, by Chipstead Lake in Kent, is a defining feature of the Sevenoaks area, offering ‘class and handicap racing, sailing and powerboat training from beginners onwards’, as well as a place for the community to gather together and…

11:59pm Sunday 30 April 2017

Exam season stress

With exams coming up, it can be a stressful time for students around the UK. Students will be doing their GCSE’s and also AS exams this May/June and are currently preparing for the couples of weeks of exams. Students in year 10 and 11 will be doing…

11:59pm Sunday 30 April 2017

Music through the ages (Isabel King, Ursuline Academy Ilford)

Music through the ages (Isabel King, Ursuline Academy Ilford)

Bananarama, Depeche Mode, Queen — all playing live in the UK this year.

11:59pm Sunday 30 April 2017

Exam season stress

With exams coming up, it can be a stressful time for students around the UK. Students will be doing their GCSE’s and also AS exams this May/June and are currently preparing for the couples of weeks of exams. Students in year 10 and 11 will be doing…

11:58pm Sunday 30 April 2017

Teens and their food choices: Manahil Ullah - Ursuline Academy Ilford

Banana

Teens and their food choices....

11:57pm Sunday 30 April 2017

A Personal Insight - Naomi Ogunkola; Newstead Wood School

A Personal Insight - Naomi Ogunkola; Newstead Wood School

Bereavement has a varied effect on different people. Many people deal with grief, with sorrow and pain but my brain was a puddle of paradoxes. I felt love, I felt hate, I felt wanted and loved, I felt isolated and disconnected ,I felt that I fulfilled…

11:57pm Sunday 30 April 2017
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