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Kavya’s India Series Part 7: Under 19s Triumph in Cricket Final

Kavya’s India Series Part 7: Under 19s Triumph in Cricket Final

Kavya, a Year 6 Young Journalist based at Burgh School, has family roots in India and the highlight of her year is when she makes her annual visit to see her relatives based in New Delhi. She has decided to share her love of this vast country with YJA readers! (To read all her stories […]

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From Drawing to Dress

From Drawing to Dress

One of the most well-known luxury brands has a simple way of producing popular fashion items that are sold in many stores across the globe. ‘Ted Baker’ has a vast product range which includes clothing for men and women, plus bags and shoes. There are also some beautiful floral beddings too and many more fabulous […]

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What pancake topping will you be having?

What pancake topping will you be having?

Over half-term, many YJA readers will be looking forward to their pancake. Originally, Shrove Tuesday was the traditional Anglo-Saxon meal on the day before the start of Lent. This would then lead into the 40 days of fasting before Easter. The pancake itself also has a very long history and can be found in cookbooks […]

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Best illusions and riddles ever! Part 2

Best illusions and riddles ever! Part 2

I hope you enjoyed my Part 1. Now I’m going to hide some sneaky mind tricks, so look out!  7. Look closely at this: This is the illusion you LIAR. In case you are wondering what I mean by that, look at the image and see for yourself. See it yet? Turn your face to […]

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Tube ‘loud enough’ to damage hearing

Tube ‘loud enough’ to damage hearing

It has been said that parts of London Underground are ‘loud enough to damage peoples hearing’. Many people have been warned, however, some say more needs to be done. An academic commented recently, “The Victoria Line service is on average the loudest while other noisy sections of the Tube are said to be like ‘being […]

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Kavya’s India Series Part 6: A City Without Locks

Kavya’s India Series Part 6: A City Without Locks

Kavya, a Year 6 Young Journalist based at Burgh School, has family roots in India and the highlight of her year is when she makes her annual visit to see her relatives based in New Delhi. She has decided to share her love of this vast country with YJA readers! (To read all her stories […]

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Our Health: The War on Caffeine

Our Health: The War on Caffeine

One of the ‘Big 4’ grocery supermarkets has announced that anyone who buys a high-caffeine drink will be asked for their age. Recently, Asda, Aldi and Waitrose all stopped selling high caffeine drinks to youngsters. Morrisons will now follow with 646 of its UK stores planning to introduce an age restriction on 84 products. (Even if […]

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100 Years of Girl Power!!!

100 Years of Girl Power!!!

This year we will be celebrating 100 years of women’s right to vote, made possible by the Suffragette Movement. Since then, many females have achieved great prominence- here are some of the more famous women we know today:   Steph Houghton MBE (footballer) Steph was born on 23rd April 1988. She is the captain of […]

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My Best Movies from the 80s: Part 3

My Best Movies from the 80s: Part 3

So, you have probably seen my other two articles on the best movies from the 80s – if not click here. Now, with the festive season in full flow, the time has come for me to announce the blockbusters that have made my Top 3!  At No 3, it is Labyrinth. Created by George Lucas […]

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Aladdin Cast Interviews

Aladdin Cast Interviews

    At this time of year, theatres across the UK are staging pantomimes and surely one of the great favorites is Aladdin. Three lucky Young Journalists from the Burgh School were invited by Skegness’s Embassy Theatre to watch this wonderful story performed by a very talented cast, who kindly agreed to be interviewed as […]

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