We decided to let everyone know what we would be up to over the Summer holidays
On Saturday 15th July, I met Matt Haig, author of the hugely successful Reasons to Stay Alive, as he toured with his new novel How to Stop Time.
If you are a member of a Young Journalist team you may have produced a radio play. (If not, it is where you write a script based on anything you want, edit it, then record it!) The Year 6 YJA team at Burgh School took on the challenge to produce one. I was part of […]
Archaeological excavations taking place close to a YJA school have unearthed historically significant burial grounds, Roman buildings and countless tools and other artifacts. Construction work is well underway at the site of the new rail bridge just a few miles from Heighington Millfield Primary Academy. Alongside the workers, a small army of historians have been […]
I’m Will from Heighington Millfield Primary Academy, I am a keen journalist and sports fan, that is why I’m re-launching my sport-based series of articles called IMO (standing for ‘in my opinion’). I will add to this series once a month, so you can always look forward to some new sports articles arriving at the YJA website! […]
Race for life is a national event where women gather to beat over 200 types of cancer together.
This was a very informative and productive experience for the Boston Youth Council
Celebrities have never been more in the public eye and it seems there is an endless supply of celeb stories online.
The Tour de France is the World’s biggest annual sporting event with nearly 200 cyclists racing over 2,ooo miles in just 23 days…Wow that is a long race! If you finish the gruelling race you are likely to burn over 118,000 calories which is the equivalent to 26 Mars bars a day. The race is […]
Scrappy is obviously up with the times as he even has his own Twitter account and Facebook page!