The School System

Most people in today’s society have to go to school. But why has the system not drastically changed in the past century? Everything in this world has changed and improved […]

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Crushing St.Patrick’s Day

On St.Patrick’s day there was a horrendous incident that happened leaving 3 tennagers dead. St.Patrick’s day was the 17th march and it left 3 young teens dead in a hotel […]

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It’s Your Body, You Decide!

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 […]

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Teenage Cancer Trust

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 […]

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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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