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A US perspective

For the past month, we have been completely immersed in the Bedalian culture. On our very first day, we were greeted warmly by everyone and began to adjust to the life here. 557 more words

Bedales School

Am I sure?

This is not the time for rhetorics, for empty words and blogposts, my brain says.

This is not the time to regret, or fret, or wallow in want. 668 more words

Too Much... too much

Felt really overwhelmed today. We had a mock exam in the morning for Chemistry. Surprisingly, I could do almost all the questions with ease. If I cut out the careless mistakes, I would probably get a good score for that paper. 309 more words


A Choice of The Finest

(5 minute challenge let’s go)

The offers stream in with a variety of colours and emblems,
Like a smooth flow they come in from all over the world, 155 more words


Well obviously I’m going to be talking to myself for the foreseeable, but I decided to create a blog because it seems kinda fun.

As someone who took the rather less travelled group of A Levels (Chemistry, Biology, Maths and strangely, business studies), I miss English more than words can explain. 612 more words

A Levels

Antigone: How has Sophocles introduced the themes of his play through the portrayal of Antigone and Creon?

Since September, my Classics class has been analysing ‘Antigone’ by Sophocles as a part of the AQA A Level Option C: Greek Tragedy unit. This is the first homework essay I had to write for my tutor, and I received an A+ for the assignment. 1,118 more words

Classical Civilisation

Parent's Evening From My Point of View

Usually, when I attend parents evenings. Teacher’s either say a load of good things about you but say you ‘don’t put your hand up enough in class’, the basics. 185 more words