Advice when picking GCSE options

Important things to remember… How should I choose my GCSE subjects? There’s no “right” way to choose your GCSE options, but it does help if you think about your future when making your decisions. For example, if you know for certain that you want to be a doctor, then choosing subjects related to that job like physics, chemistry and biology will certainly be useful. Should … Continue reading Advice when picking GCSE options

6 Ways to Make Friends By Asna Saleem Koori

1) Be confident: Don’t be afraid to start conversation- remember lots of people will be in same shoes as you and will be grateful. Smile, and ask someone their name, if they’ve seen a new movie or if they like a sport or activity. 2) Be yourself: Don’t change who you are to fit in or please other people. Many people can tell if you … Continue reading 6 Ways to Make Friends By Asna Saleem Koori

Bullies (Part 2) By Seren Beer

Emma accidently dropped her books on Vanessa, and she started crying because she didn’t want a beating. Vanessa was very angry, and crying just made it worse. But Emma couldn’t help it, the tears just kept coming. “If you don’t stop this nonce crying in three seconds, I’ll give you an extra five punches! You’re already getting ten from dropping your filthy books all over … Continue reading Bullies (Part 2) By Seren Beer

HOLLYWOOD’S LATEST SWEETHEART: ANNA KENDRICK! By Simran Singh

Anna Kendrick was born in Portland, Maine, USA on August 9th 1985 to parents Janice, an accountant and William Kendrick, a history teacher, who also works in finance.            She also has an older brother: Michael Cooke Kendrick. Her first recognised role was in a Broadway musical called High Society, which earned her a Tony Award for Best Featured Actress In … Continue reading HOLLYWOOD’S LATEST SWEETHEART: ANNA KENDRICK! By Simran Singh

Finessing The Plug (QM Style): Part 2 By Harbinn Kaur Mann

I got some more school life and study tips for you… How to improve test results Read- this will improve your vocabulary and grammar Write- if you’re stuck on a maths question then write anything: label the diagrams, write numbers and hopefully it will help. Use official test packs to practise- these will give you questions that are likely to come up in the real … Continue reading Finessing The Plug (QM Style): Part 2 By Harbinn Kaur Mann

Why don’t we take a trip down memory lane – Fashion Style ….. By Khadeejah Dhali

Hopefully we will continue to be as fashion forward in 2019, as we were 3 years ago, so let’s take a look at the 6 key trends of 2016….. Faux Fur It’s comfortable, warm and ideal for transforming an outfit from day to night. But, to get it right make sure you steer clear of novelty items and dodgy prints, and opt for chic, elegant … Continue reading Why don’t we take a trip down memory lane – Fashion Style ….. By Khadeejah Dhali