It’s hard not to be familiar with high-school drama as a TV genre. In fact, it is immensely popular, and ever-present. But how do our relationships to it change as we age?
By Luise Werner (Link to this picture available here) I interviewed a fifth year medical student who has been writing articles and short stories for some time and recently wrote two plays […]
By Luise Werner Source of puzzle picture Between the UK and Germany You might say Germans just don’t have any humour. I’m saying we draw an invisible, hard-to-define line where funny stops […]
Most of you have probably at least once in your life clicked on an article or video expounding the juicy secrets behind Finland’s success in global education rankings. They paint a picture that seems almost utopian, to say the least.
When research conducted by Teach First in 2020 revealed that “three quarters (75%) of English teachers have concerns about a lack of diversity” in the UK’s national curriculum, valid questions are raised as to why, two years on, teachers and students alike must still find new ways to campaign for increased inclusivity.
“15 Hour study with me” and “my 5am School morning routine” are just two of the many videos released to Youtube’s ‘studytube’ community by two of its most popular personalities- Ruby Granger and Unjadedjade.
Alexander Fadayiro on dancing in and out of lockdown, his top tips for sustaining a career in dance and his hopes for the industry going forward.
Most of us know the importance of bees. But did you know that there are over 200,000 species of bee, in all sorts of colours, some with iridescent stripes that refract light to produce rainbows like an opal? Or that some are as large as the palm of your hand? Have you ever considered that a bee is a long-haired vegetarian – a “hippy wasp”?
Emily Cooper Smith Are you an avid reader who finds it hard to fathom why certain people dislike reading? For some, Aphantasia could be the answer. If I told you to think […]
I chose to study English literature at university because I liked reading. What 17-year-old me didn’t realise was that I liked reading in moderation, and on my own terms.