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  • 06/09/2019
    A New Year

    Wikipedia lists well over forty different ‘new year’ celebrations as they occur in different cultures across the world, from the Gregorian calendar incarnation on 1st January, through the Iranian new year that starts with the vernal equinox, the Coptic new year Neyrouz, which coincides with the ancient Egyptian date of 1 Thoth (sometime in late August), to the Pawl Kut straw harvest festival on 1st December. Some dates are fixed and some vary; in any event, they are scattered liberally across 2019. For those in the world of education, however, the start of September is immutably when the calendar rolls

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  • 06/10/2019
    Making Economics Essays Easy

    It is always difficult attempting to answer a twenty-five mark essay question at A-level. There are so many things to bear in mind when answering the question: knowledge, application of that knowledge, analysis and evaluation. Along with essay structuring and of course remembering what the question is actually asking. If all of these things are delivered then a good answer is ensured, however this can be rather difficult. But this is not the case in A-level Economics, as we’ve been provided with a fifteen minute descriptive video which can be accessed through YouTube in which Mr Wainwright has explained how

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  • 29/09/2019
    Lasting impact of the Round Square Conference 2018

    To coincide with the 2019 Round Square Conference in India, Emily from Year 13 reflects on the lasting impact that last year’s conference in Canada had on her. It’s hard to believe that it’s almost been one year since myself and six other girls in the current Year 13 attended the incredible Round Square International Conference in Canada, and reflecting upon our experience, we realised that after being inspired by the thought provoking speakers, interesting people that we met and being pushed out of our comfort zone, we all returned from the trip filled with ideas on how we could

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