Therapy. Counselling. We have all heard of these words and probably have similar images that spring to mind when we think of them: a pristine office, a doctor with a notepad, and a patient severely sweaty, nervous and afraid as they speak about their feelings,
Imagine waking up and thinking to yourself ‘what will I look like today?’ The unknown of waking up with either red blotches on your face or clear soft skin because you didn’t know what to expect each morning.
For everyone else, the normal stress is revising
Happiness, one of the most common feelings. Everyone has different experiences when they feel happy. Some feel happy when they finish work or when they finish school, others feel happy when they see their friends and family or when they play their favourite game/sport. There are many different reasons for
Being born and raised in rural Suffolk has meant that I have taken the country path rather than the urban route. From nature walks at school, to doing the RSPB's Garden Birdwatch each year with my Grandad, wildlife has been a huge part of my
Doesn’t it feel like your first Year 7 assembly was only a couple of weeks ago, where the idea of GCSEs, Prom and the future seemed like billions of years?
I am not going to sit here and tell you that that the next year isn’t
Writing this means exposing the crazy cat lady I have always been from a young age; this has resulted in not only our growth and development being recorded, but also the cat’s as well - carefully documenting my first cat Joseph as I was convinced
You’re almost there. After sending your CV around to quite a few places, finally you got a call back and you’ve been invited to go for an interview. Yes! Then you realise… this will be your first job interview - you’ve never had one before. Ah.
Making the decision about what you want to do after school is not exactly an easy one. Throw all the complications of the last year with the Covid-19 pandemic in with that and it’s totally understandable if you’re feeling overwhelmed at the prospect of choosing
Something every pupil must do when ascending from GCSE to A levels is cross an imaginary threshold that makes them sixth formers - such a term that, as many will know, is associated not just with more work but also increased maturity. After climbing the
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"OMG, how will I ever pass this class if EVEN THE WIFI IS NOT ON MY SIDE ANYMORE!!!"
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