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Terrorist Attacks Impact on School Trips

Terrorist Attacks Impact on School Trips

Report from Emily and Molly: After the recent terrorist attacks in Manchester and London, schools across the country are cancelling trips to museums, theatres and other popular visitor attractions. Both primary and secondary schools have been affected by this news. In our capital, this means that youngsters will be missing out on amazing experiences such […]

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Anyone for a Rainbow Bagel?

Anyone for a Rainbow Bagel?

Bagels are delicious. After all, who can argue with the incredible taste of the freshly hand made delights? So how do you improve on something that is already so good? Rossillo’s Bagel Store based in Brooklyn in New York, have tried to do just that by adding a splash of colour. Owner Scott Rossillo has been rolling […]

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2012 Olympics: Inspire A Generation

2012 Olympics: Inspire A Generation

2012 Summer Games Host: London, United Kingdom Medal table winner: United States of America           Held between July 27th and August 12th, the 2012 games saw London become the first ever city to host the Olympics three times. The UK capital won the right after defeating Paris, Madrid, New York and […]

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Time out for Big Ben

Time out for Big Ben

  The most famous clock tower in Britain to have 29 million pound makeover After a century and a half of almost unbroken service, London’s Big Ben is in urgent need of a service. The Elizabeth tower that houses Big Ben will also be repaired in a three-year project that starts next year. Steve Jaggs, […]

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Picture the Poet @ The National Portrait Gallery

Picture the Poet @ The National Portrait Gallery

A fascinating day and a project that we can honestly recommend everyone try and get involved in. #picturethepoet.

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Artificial Intelligence beats human at board game

Artificial Intelligence beats human at board game

The software, called AlphaGo, uses ‘deep learning’

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Lumiere Lights London

Lumiere Lights London

  This month, Lumiere London transformed our capital into a festival of light At a number of London’s iconic venues, there were huge celebrations – a true festival of light. Decorations included life-sized 3D elephants, giant fish, LED stickman, flying flowers and, best of all, human figures floating in the sky! Over the weekend, thirty […]

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ELF The Musical

ELF The Musical

Perhaps the musicals most commendable aspect is its transition from screen to stage

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Millfield’s Moment in Time!

Millfield’s Moment in Time!

On a school residential to London, pupils from a Lincolnshire primary school were fortunate enough to visit one of the world’s leading natural history museums. On the second day of their 3-day visit to our capital, Year 5 and 6 youngsters from Heighington Millfield Primary Academy made the short journey from their hotel to be amazed […]

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YJA at ‘Fortress’ Wembley!

YJA at ‘Fortress’ Wembley!

England’s football team’s unbeaten run in competitive games now stretches to double figures. The last ten games have all been won and they can now look forward with growing confidence to next year’s euro finals. With such a young team, the pressure seems to be off Roy Hodkinson’s men, allowing them to play with a […]

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