Eloise Quetglas-Peach asks if prisons are a suitable punishment?

Incarceration: Are prisons a suitable punishment? Incarceration: a subject I have always questioned and wondered about but never truly got any informative answers for; until I came across an online two-week course provided by the University of Leeds on the FutureLearn website. I would thoroughly recommend this course to anyone who wishes to expand their […]

Alice Paterson discusses “Blue Eyes Brown Eyes” Experiment in Anti-Racism

There is only one race on the face of the earth and that is the human race’ – Jane Elliott “Blue Eyes Brown Eyes” Experiment in Anti-Racism On April 5th, 1968, a school teacher from Iowa called Jane Elliot tried a social experiment by teaching her 3rd Grade class about the problems of racism by […]

Charles Sharpe blogs about PE in Lockdown

PE in Lockdown As we went into the summer term in lockdown, the Stamford School PE department had to adapt to the challenge of remote learning. Adjusting to the new ‘normal’, both for the school day and in our everyday lives, took some getting used to. My family and I were keen to make sure […]

Nathaniel Sole-Potter discusses National security law in Hong Kong

Amongst the busy news recently, it’s hardly surprising that a lot of people miss some quite important news regarding China and a new law they’ve drafted to impose on Hong-Kong. Recently, I had a Q&A session with Tom Tugendhat MP who’s the chair of the foreign affairs committee and during the session, lots of questions […]