(BBC News School Report) China Unnerves the Elite Footballing Community

(Reported by Kofi Osei-Owusu, Year 7) Football, a sport that draws the attention of millions of fans per year. However as China turns the head of the top footballers many fans and managers feel the spirit of the game is slowly crumbling away. In this report we will look deeply into the heart of the problem… Read more »

Huge success for tiny robots

(Reported by Faye Macdonald, Year 9) Imagine a world where tiny machines can be used to help stop cancerous cells and save countless lives from this horrifying disease. It sounds like the future, but now it is all possible after the work of Jean-Pierre Sauvage, Sir Fraser Stoddart and Bernard Feringa. These three ground-breaking scientists… Read more »

Donald Trump: The USA’s Next President

(Reported by Honey Clark, Year 9).   Donald Trump. Everyone has heard of his name. In fact, it’s hard to go anywhere without hearing his name. Trump is one of the most controversial characters of the 21st century. Everyone has different opinions about this divisive character. We ask the question: is he right for the role of… Read more »

Victorious Victoria (a review of the ITV series, ‘Victoria’)

(Reported by Jess Upton, Year 9).   When you hear the word “Victorians”, what is the first image that comes into your head? Poor, dirty children in a dark, polluted city? Well, ITV have decided to change our perceptions and allow the nation to fall in love with our past through its television series, Victoria…. Read more »

Google Pixel: Can it knock Apple and Samsung off their thrones? (Review)

(Reported by Ian Volkov, Year 8). Google have recently released their latest phon e, and it’s a stunner. People with a keen eye will realize that it looks like some iPhones, and they are right. But don’t worry, Google won’t get sued for a copyright breach because there is no home button, and the camera… Read more »