Woman and teenage girls are very aware of their body image, this causes them to be very self-conscious in today’s society. A problem that many teenage girls and women obsess […]
Mental Health is a serious issue and it is our responsibility to take action for it. Nothing in this world can torment you more than your own thoughts. Mental health […]
THE TEENAGE CANCER TRUST IS A CHARITY IN THE UK TO IMPROVE THE CANCER EXPERIENCE OF YOUNG PEOPLE AND WAS FOUNDED IN 1990. The Teenage Cancer Trust is a charity […]
Pret a Manger are suffering consequences after a court case regarding the death of a 15 year old girl on a British Airways flight to France. In 2016 Natasha Ednan-Laperouse suffered a […]
Since the beginning of the school term, our headteacher, Mrs Mullen, has organised a group of 6th year girls to effectively tackle the issue of period poverty
Annie Giordano | When watching sports channels on TV, how many times do we see coverage on women’s sports? How many times are the sports we watch NOT dominated by […]
|Katie Hunter World Mental Health Day was established 25 years ago in 1992 by the World Federation for Mental Health. In some countries around the world, this forms just one […]
Olivia Carlin | Reporter On Wednesday 4th of October around 30 pupils went to Falkirk Stadium to run at the Scottish School Road Race. Being the first race of the […]
Olivia Carlin | Reporter Have you ever read a review? Did it impact your decision to buy something or go to that specific place? Reviews can have a huge effect […]
Patrick Canning | Sports, Health and Wellbeing Editor Jack Mitchell-Divers | Editor-In-Chief We sat down with Mr. Shaw, the health and wellbeing coordinator for the school, to obtain his thoughts on […]
Faith Sindick & Ritty Tomichen | Reporters Jemima Layzell died back in 2012, when she was just 13 years old, from a brain aneurysm. Here’s her incredible story.
Eleanor Service | A new cancer treatment has been developed that retrains the body’s immune system to fight cancer. It is causing excitement after more than 90% of terminally ill cancer […]
Katie Hunter | The Zika virus, an infection passed on through the mosquito, known as Aedes aegypti, is causing widespread alarm around Brazil and the United States.
Katie Hunter | Some of you may have seen the BBC1 Panorama programme on 18th of January “Can you stop my Multiple Sclerosis”. This episode focused on a new stem […]
Margaret McDonald | School Editor We’ve been told to ignore cyber bulling – the insults and the mocking words, the occasional snide comment online. We’re told to turn away in […]