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I May Have To Leave You

Anyone who is a regular reader of this blog (if there are any) may have noticed that my Why I Love December post was almost a month late. 203 more words

Multi-tasking.....How a drama prefect managed to weave careers insight and A-Level advice into a play rehearsal

Early on in the term

I am helping out at an Open Evening when our Head of Year 7 asks if I will help her with the Year 7 Admissions Day play, the play performed by current Year 7’s to the Year 6 girls on the day of their entrance exams into Senior School, to give them an idea of what life is like at OHS.   583 more words

Oxford High School

K-Level #1 - An Introduction to Psychology

Psychology is the scientific study of the human mind and how this affects behaviour. Obviously there are many different factors which could affect our behaviour; therefore psychology is split into different approaches and perspectives with each one investigating a different factor. 532 more words


A Terrible Struggle for the Soul of Youth

The idea for ‘Dispatch from the Frontier’ arose out of a feeling of isolation that I felt when I started on a new, exciting and ominous career. 662 more words


A Day in the Life at Bletchley Park - a Prefect's view

Tasked with writing a 25 minute Theatre in Education play aimed at Primary School children,  we looked to Bletchley Park “Britain’s Best Kept Secret” where the work done by Codebreakers helped shorten WWII by two years. 433 more words

Oxford High School

Don't judge something you don't understand.

This is an issue that has been really getting to me for years: people often judge others, when in reality they have no clue what is going on. 508 more words

A Levels

Life Recently #1

1. Semester 2 had started for three weeks and January is going to end next week. How fast. Everyone is talking about the AS exam since the first day of college, urgh, stop stressing me :( 151 more words