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Snapchat Map Warning

Snapchat Map Warning

158 million people in the world are using Snapchat so it’s hugely popular but, following a recent update, schools have been contacting parents about its possible dangers. Apparently, the new update can reveal your location thereby placing children at risk. The Snap Map was launched on the 21st of June and lets random people browse […]

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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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School Supports Adventure Activities

School Supports Adventure Activities

A while back, the Guardian newspaper published an article about the importance of school trips by starting off with: ‘Life is full of challenges and we owe it to our children to equip them with the skills to recognise risks, assess them sensibly and react positively’. Well, one Lincolnshire school really knows all about this! […]

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YJA revisits the plight of the pangolin

YJA revisits the plight of the pangolin

  Pangolins are being eaten to extinction. These small scaly creatures, sometimes called the scaly anteater, are located in Africa and Asia. But for how much longer? If you have read my previous article on these poor creatures you will know that they are endangered and they could very possibly become extinct unless they are helped. […]