National Diversity Week at Stamford High School – a blogged guide by the students.

National Diversity Week at Stamford High School 2020 As this week is Diversity Week, the Prefects at Stamford High School came together to write reviews about lots of  the different forms of the creative arts which express diversity in many ways; for example, race and the LGBTQ+ community. This exercise was both informative and interesting […]

Our Head Boy, Fergus Cato, shares his Lockdown Blog

Lockdown Blog   At 15:15 on Wednesday June 17th finished my A levels. The day consisted of two exams, Chemistry in the morning followed by Maths in the afternoon as my last exam as a school pupil. However, this of course did not happen. These past 3 months have been completely different to how I […]

James Farrow explains how we should understand the ideas of Locke

Understanding Locke Welcome to my new weekly blog series on John Locke. Each week I will explain and, analyse Locke’s ‘second treatise of government’. In each new chapter, I will extract the essence of his points in a simplified style. This week’s blog will look at who John Locke was, what he wrote and, what […]

Emily Doe discusses Covid 19, Freedom and Political Protests

Covid 19, Freedom and Political Protests. The world has been in the grip of Covid 19 for over 6 months now, each country has had to make changes systematically and radically. Most people have accepted those changes as they understand the risks of the virus to our own health and also others. However there have […]

What is the Smallest Object in the Universe? asks Rohan Alexander

What is the Smallest Object in the Universe?”   In 400BC, a Greek Philosopher questioned what would happen if you took a piece of matter, divided it and continued to divide it until you eventually came to a point where you could not divide it anymore. This man was called Democritus, and he was the […]

What is the American Opioid Crisis and how can it be resolved? – By Alex Lawrence

What is the American Opioid Crisis and how can it be resolved? – By Alex Lawrence Introduction The American opioid crisis is due to the mass overuse and misuse of opioid analgesics (painkillers) with huge medical, social and economic consequences which I will later discuss in detail. Smaller opioid epidemics have occurred elsewhere in the […]

How far is taking it too far when method acting? asks James Davies

Y9 Scholar’s Project:  How far is taking it too far when method acting?   For my Scholar’s project I will be discussing the topic “how far is taking it too far when method acting?” What does this mean? This means: how long does it take to affect your mental health, how long could it take […]