All posts tagged education

London’s Education System

Secondary school was always a time I wish to re experience. Although my school wasn’t always considered the best, I went to St Georges RC in Maida Vale where our […]

Choosing Babies over Education

As a 20-year-old woman, I was born with a mindset which believed in two ways of life; either you go to university and in turn start a career, or you […]

Hannah Gaffey – A story of hope, resilience and success

An English Language & Linguistics student has managed to achieve the unimaginable. Through her boundless determination and fierce devotion, Hannah Gaffey will continue to pursue her dream of making education […]

The National Theatre is making the bard accessible for children – before schools spoil all of the magic.

‘A sad tale’s best for winter: I have one of sprites and goblins.’ The Winters Tale is a classic Shakespearean play and the amazing actors and crew at the National […]

Diversity: The Wave of the Future?

Or is it? I’m not known for my positivity. Par the course of this column focusing on all things Brexit, I figure this outlet hasn’t been the most ebullient way […]

An Economic Chasm in Darkest East London.

Tower Hamlets is a microcosm of London. The heart of the East End used to have a distinctive identity. Everyone from Karl Marx, Jack the Ripper, and Picasso walked its […]

An Interview with the Sunny Jar Eco Hub.

The Sunny Jar Eco Hub is a social mission lead by three mothers living in Tower Hamlets who have become driven to reduce the amount of waste they create on […]

Personal Platform: The Tree of Knowledge.

The brain is like a flower, It needs to be watered to grow in power, Like a flower craves food and sunlight, The brain needs similar nourishing in its plight, […]

What Brexit Blinds

It’s fair to say that British politics has never seemed so chaotic. Surrounded by roaring tunnels, punctuated by the incessant howling of the London Underground, I have spent many an […]