When was the periodic table created and by whom? blogs Joseph Johnson Copas

The original periodic table was created by Dmitri Mendeleev in 1869. Dmitri Mendeleev was a Russian chemist and inventor.  At the time there were only 58 known elements, in comparison to today’s 118, so his exact periodic table varies from the modern day one but Mendeleev adjusted and left gaps for unknown elements. He looked […]

William blogs the Y9 Battlefield Trip

Stamford School 2019 Y9 battlefields trip By William Johnson   The 2019 battlefields tour was a very exciting tour. After a very early start we began our journey to Dover port. The journey was a long one at about 5 hours 30 minutes. During this time, many boys chose to either sit back and relax […]

Samuel Barwise blogs on how Wilfred Owen writes about war

Dulce et Decorum Est ‘How does Wilfred Owen write about war?’   ‘Dulce et Decorum Est’ is an extremely well known first world war poem written by Wilfred Owen. The poem was based on his horrifying experiences in the trenches of the ‘Great War’. Owen was an officer in the second Manchester Regiment with a […]

James blog a teenage diary.

Dear Diary, It’s totally not fair that my idiot parents banned me from my phone again, after three agonising months surviving without it. I’m gonna miss all the cool memes and stories my friends are posting on insta. My parents just don’t understand the dreadful consequences of missing a single post. I’m gonna lose it, […]

Lewis blogs racing. You won’t believe the pictures!

Hi, my name is Lewis Scotney I’m 13, in Y9 and I race Polaris buggy’s in the British SXS youth championship.  The buggies are Polaris 570 Aces, they do around 55 mph from new, however, the ones I race are modified for safety and to comply with racing rules and regulations.           […]