education

School’s Off, Pressure’s On!

Feb 1, 2021

Daunting; unprecedented; impossible? Whilst adapting to lockdown life, the world’s oldest broadcaster was tasked to keep its young audience informed and pull-off the biggest venture in modern educational history. For the BBC, time was ticking: children’s futures were...

Worries for stress as exam season begins

May 13, 2019

As students as young as six years old begin their end of year exams today we have taken to the streets to find out if this type of examination does more harm than good. A YouGov survey conducted earlier this year found that over 95% of 230 senior primary school...

GCSE music at Sheffield school left on a good note

May 7, 2019

GCSE music will continue to play on after a school in Crosspool used crowdfunding to ensure music will stay on the curriculum. Students and parents were left devastated in March after educational budget cuts had meant that GCSE music would no longer be a subject...

Pop-up art pieces appear across Sheffield

May 7, 2019

By Shekha McCarthy and Aidan Namugowa  Interactive art pieces created by Sheffield University students have popped up across the city with the theme of intervention. The displays are a part of the final project for year one architecture students, and focus on giving...

Sheffield School warns parents of pollution danger

Mar 28, 2019

A junior school in Sheffield has written an open letter to parents to warn them about the dangers of air pollution. A letter written by a Yr4 class at Hunter’s Bar Junior School was shared on Twitter where students gave statistics about the harmful effects of air...

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