Any follower of golf around Britain knows where they are going to be at in the living room when the British Masters comes around. It is an iconic event in the eye of many UK golfers – the one chance a year to prove themselves as a world-class golfer. His year as the tournament came […]
Today, June 18th, Tim Peake has returned back to Earth after 6 months in space. His spacecraft fired its thrusters for four minutes 37 seconds to slowly bring him down through the atmosphere. He is the first British ESA astronaut and the second astronaut to bear a British flag, (the first is Helen Sharman, who […]
Its top speed is more than 1,000mph an hour, it is faster than a speeding bullet, and is powered by Rolls-Royce jet engines and a rocket. Welcome to The Bloodhound. This speed machine is on display for the first time ever in London and it’s estimated that 8,000 speed fans will queue to see it. […]
At a long awaited speech today the Prime minister announced plans for a in/out vote on the EU.
Those killed were believed to be from the UK, Spain, Germany and Switzerland after an avalanche struck on the slopes of Mont Maudit.
Year 6 classes from Nettleham Junior School were lucky enough to visit some of Britain’s finest museums last Thursday. The trip was arranged to allow the children to discover more about the topics they are covering in school. The first stop was The British Museum which was filled with many artifacts and displays that the […]
The debate over animal testing has continued for many years with activists believing that an animals worth should not be put below a humans.