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Reflections of a current undergraduate student

In this blog, Adam will be talking about his experience of revising at university and his methods of learning effectively.

“In my previous two blog posts, I have outlined the different styles of learning that students adopt and how The University of Manchester, with its investment into buildings such as… 745 more words

Secondary English

English Secondary Blog

2014 is the first year that SRS has had year 13 and A2 level subjects. For Cambridge A2 English Language and Literature, two students, Aisha Simpson and Ayisha Qureshi, are currently studying the course. 456 more words

Tweak Of The Week

She Is

She is the saving wind that comes to the aid of the wretched who suffer endlessly under the heat of the torturous sun, the saving breath of the Earth to say that we are never alone in our loneliest hour. 386 more words


The Bard turns 450

Last year, same date, I shared a poem, by the bearded Bard himself. It’s his 450th birthday today, and everywhere, people are surely celebrating him on their blogs and other social media. 405 more words

Thoughts Uncut

Not much to write about

The last time I blogged was about a week ago. I haven’t had much to blog about. This week and last week has been basically the same thing everyday, the same routine, same subjects. 665 more words

Five Fascinating Facts about the Brontë Sisters

Charlotte Brontë was born on this day, 21 April, in 1816. She was the eldest of the three Brontë siblings who became famous authors, so we thought we’d take this opportunity to celebrate the Brontë sisters and their work in another instalment of our… 610 more words