How have the tudors influenced today’s society?

Many people all over Britain, and in other parts of the world too, have grown up learning about the Tudors. From Henry VIII’s six wives to the Spanish Armada to probably the most famous playwright in the world, the Tudor period is rich with history. And although it seems like such a long time ago,Continue reading “How have the tudors influenced today’s society?”

Why I Think Sharks Have A Bad Reputation!

There are over 400 known species of shark and most likely more that haven’t yet been discovered. They are some of the most feared creatures on this planet. But why are humans so scared of them? And what is it about sharks that make them stand out from other deadly predators? I believe one ofContinue reading “Why I Think Sharks Have A Bad Reputation!”

Legends from around the globe

Maori legends ( New Zealand indigenous people ) How the North Island was created… Maui, a demigod, was not liked by his brothers – they would never let him go fishing with them! So one day, Maui snuck into their canoe as they went fishing. The brothers weren’t happy when they found out he wasContinue reading “Legends from around the globe”

How Michael Morpurgo Influenced me and my writing

As a child my favourite author was Michael Morpurgo, I focussed almost all of my attention on reading his books. There was something about his writing that captivated me. I knew that every time I turned a page I would be transported into a whole other world, whether that be on the battlefield with JoeyContinue reading “How Michael Morpurgo Influenced me and my writing”

COVID-19 Diaries

19/03/2019 I woke up today, confused. It was the day after Gavin Williamson announced that GCSE’s were cancelled and schools were being shut indefinitely. I knew for a fact, that school was going to be in chaos. I was right.  I walked into my form room and everyone was hysterical.  We were all: reminiscing aboutContinue reading “COVID-19 Diaries”

Going.. Going… GONE!

 Glaciers cover 10% of the earths surface and hold 69%of the earths fresh water. They are a vital part of our planet, and without them, the world as we know it would disappear.  The 1st of today’s glaciers formed in Antarctica, around 34 million years ago. They were quite small, but would soon grow, eventually becoming the giant riversContinue reading “Going.. Going… GONE!”