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Review: Woman in Black

By Agnes Kelsey

Having run for 30 years or so The Woman in Black has entered into the theatrical hall of fame, and after finally getting to see it for myself I can see why. 581 more words


St. Mary's University Visit

On 25th November, the BTEC Level 3 Sport students went on a trip to St. Mary’s University to take part in some physiological laboratory testing. Students took part in a sub-maximal ergometer test to measure their aerobic endurance followed by a Wingate test to measure their power. 18 more words


CANCELED: Senior/Ambassador Teamwork & Leadership Skill Building at Terrapin Adventures, Dec 6

The Senior/Ambassador Teamwork & Leadership Skill Building event at Terrapin Adventures has been canceled. Refunds will be given at the next troop meeting on 5 December inshaAllah.



Year 3 picked a damp, cold and grey day for their morning at Studland, but it didn’t stop them enjoying themselves. In support of our topic work we tried fire-lighting (unsuccessfully!) and shelter-building. 40 more words


Frankfurt: Tradition Meets Modernity

Frankfurt may have been my favourite place I visited on my week long break.  It was absolutely picturesque, both modern and traditional.  I arrived in Frankfurt in the afternoon, so I only explored a bit on October 28, because I heard that it can be a little unsafe when it is dark.   269 more words

Study Abroad

Cologne (Koln): Chocolate Dreams

My week long Germany visit started on October 25, in the wee hours of the morning.  I arrived at the airport, and made it through security, and then something magical happened… I found a piano.. 518 more words


What your eight-year old kid can do in Costa Rica?

Have you ever wondered what you can do with kids on your summer holidays? Should they limit your natural drive to have an adventure? Are lazy summer holidays in a luxury sea resort the only option? 194 more words