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  • Why is Classics relevant today?

    Published 10/07/18

    Paulina Sienniak (Year 12) takes a look at why classics is more relevant than some may think.

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  • A passion for aviation

    Published 05/07/18

    The Junior School Headmaster at St Benedict's is a self-confessed 'aviation geek'. Here, Rob Simmons explains why he loves to look to the skies for inspiration.

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  • A History of St Benedict’s School Libraries and Robert ‘Mousey’ Thompson

    Published 02/07/18

    Miss Emma Wallace, Senior Librarian at St Benedict's, looks back over a century at the history of St Benedict's libraries.

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  • Careers advice for younger pupils

    Published 29/06/18

    On the basis you can never start too young, St Benedict’s School held its first ever Careers Networking Tea for pupils in Years 7 and 8, who met 30 professionals from a range of careers. Sally Hopgood, Head of Careers, explains the thinking behind the event.

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  • Fake News-Real Dangers

    Published 25/05/18

    Five ways to combat fake news, from St Benedict’s Director of ICT, who says it is our responsibility to challenge, research and triangulate information being presented to us.

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  • The importance of learning languages

    Published 01/05/18

    St Benedict’s Headmaster, Andrew Johnson makes the case for studying languages.

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  • Gap Years - a gap or a bridge?

    Published 22/03/18

    Is taking a gap year a good idea? Only if it's a bridge to something else, say the St Benedict's Careers Department...

     

     
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  • Tips for A Level Revision

    Published 22/03/18

    St Benedict's Headmaster, Andrew Johnson, gives his advice on how best to revise for A level exams.

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  • What it's like to work at Spotify

    Published 30/01/18

    What’s it like to work at a company that wants to change how the world listens to music? Four lucky pupils were treated to a tour of the Spotify London office to find out.

     

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