It’s no secret that we are growing up in a ‘smartphone society’.
Some of these mobile phones are approaching the £800 mark. So we have to ask ourselves, is it worth it?
Daisy Rummery 8J
A commentary on the rich history of festivals in Spain by year 11, Charlotte Reston
Charlotte Reston talks of her recent trip to the Burghley House Film Festival.
Students at Spalding High School tested their problem solving skills as they sat the Intermediate Maths Challenge on 2nd February 2017.
On the 3rd February, Paris has once again been struck by a terror attack in the Louvre. Though without casualties, the attack highlights the threats continually facing us today, with 148 terrorist attacks already in 2017 and its implications have already spread worldwide.
The Nutcracker is easily among some of the most renowned and recognisable ballets in the world, but it is its history and underlying message which makes it so captivating and engaging.
2016 bought controversial political events - but what circumstances allow these to happen?
The Dakota Access Pipeline has sparked many protests by those who consider it a threat to their homes, livelihoods and traditions.
Holly Stevenson discusses the relevance of feminism in a modern society, and threats crippling its former respect.
Jeremy Corbyn recently stunned MPs with his plans to cap salaries and save the planet from capitalist tyranny, but is socioeconomic equality really as unattainable as it seems? Holly Stevenson discusses.
Emily Smith's eulogy to the Obama presidency.
Emily Smith sheds a light on her opinion of the current crisis within our NHS.