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Why You Need To Read Good Books To Write Good Books [Guest Post]

Today’s guest post is brought to you by James Bee. Thanks, James!

            You have to read to write. Everyone has heard this, over and over again.

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Guest Blogger - Year 9 LAMDA Student Isobel Cox

Why you should take year 9 LAMDA

My name is Isobel Cox and I am currently in year 9 and studying LAMDA.

LAMDA is a qualification you can get in year 9, where you have to perform 3 different types of solo pieces (devised, mime and acting) to an examiner in the summer term. 341 more words


Get away to get ahead

The many benefits of a strategic offsite, and how to not screw it up.

This is a guest blog courtesy of Dr Jason Fox who will be sharing his pioneering leadership and motivation design magic at… 3,084 more words

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Chickens by the numbers

It’s been more than a year and half since Sarah in Illinois welcomed her first chickens. She is here today with an update on her flock. 141 more words


Mental Illness: The Scapegoat of Mass Shootings | by Erin Egloff

Let’s start off with some actual facts (as opposed to the ever popular “alternative” facts):

1) A public mass shooting is defined by the U.S. Congressional Research Service as a situation where four or more people, excluding the perpetrator, are indiscriminately killed. 1,112 more words


The Sheriff Court Library Service: Visiting Courts

The Sheriff Courts of Scotland have a new library service. Assistant Librarian Julie McGregor kindly agreed to tell SLLG about some of the early challenges of setting up a multi-site service. 609 more words


"It absolutely will happen for you!" Georgie Barrat speaks at the University of Gloucestershire

Capturing the third of our fabulous Future You Week keynote speakers, Journalism student Olivia Scull interviewed Georgie Barrat, and has shared her thoughts here.

If you don’t mind, I’ll start by telling you a little bit about me – I am a third year journalism student who trained in dance and drama from a young age. 544 more words

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