Science Teacher Mrs Kerr Reacts to Death of Hawking

It has been over a week since Stephen Hawking’s tragic passing in Cambridge, England. The renowned theoretical physicist was praised for writing books such as “A Brief History Of Time” […]

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Christmas Ideas For Mums

Katie Hunter | Depute Editor-In-Chief As someone known for their love of shopping I would like to provide assistance for all those who are struggling to find inspiration for their […]

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France Introduces Cat-Calling Fines

Jessica O’Donnell | Reporter In France, new laws are being introduced under President Emmanuel Macron’s tactics to effectively deal with men who harass women in public. The President has been […]

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Pro-Life Conference: Love Unleashes Life

Lisa Queen & Jessica O’Donnell | Reporters On Thursday 12th October, four pupils attended a pro-life conference held by the SPUC (Society for the Protection of Unborn Children), along with […]

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Five Valuable Life Lessons You Will Learn From School

Having recently entered the senior phase of my time at  St Andrew’s and St Bride’s, I find myself pondering how I will continue on my journey after completing my secondary […]

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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Mr. Shaw on Health and Wellbeing

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 […]

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Teenage Organ Donor Saves Record Number of Lives

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.

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Ischia Earthquake: Miracle Brotherly Recovery & Earthquakes Explained

Rio Jordan & Lewis McPartlin| Reporters It was on Monday the 21st of August 2017 at 8:57pm that the island of Ischia fell victim to a devastating earthquake.

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Quality or Quantity?

Olivia Hanlon | Tech and Science Editor From the swinging sixties, to the electronic eighties, to the digital download era of the tens, the way we listen to music is […]

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El Día de los Muertos

In the UK and other countries such as America, Canada and Ireland Halloween is a time to dress up (often in spooky costumes) and go trick-or-treating. However, it is very […]

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