The discussions that have arisen since Sarah Everard’s death, prompted me to think about the safety of women in Suffolk. This article focuses on the perspective of those who identify as female. I […]
Brother of black teenager Stephen Lawrence, Stuart shared his experiences to over 300 attendees about the death of his brother after a racially motivated attack in 1993. Stuart Lawrence, who is now […]
Highworth Grammar School, an all girls secondary school in Kent that specialises in music, did not let lockdown stop them from producing music. Many concerts were edited together and uploaded to YouTube […]
By Alice Pritchard Since the government announced the UK’s third national lockdown, most university students have been told to stay at home and continue their studies online. Many first year students have […]
Broadcast Journalism students at the University of East Anglia have been charting their life during covid. The first-year students kept video diaries after being forced into isolation when some of their flat […]
Students on UEA’s journalism courses have enjoyed considerable success both in and outside of campus, with several pieces of their work being published by local media in recent weeks. Having work published […]
With Covid-19 enforced school closures, the education sector has had to completely change the way they operate. Henry Hunt has been finding out how this has affected those training to become teachers.
With summer approaching and dissertations being handed in, it is now time for another group of students from universities across the UK to start their careers. However, it appears that several students […]
If making stuff makes you happy, then building with Lego can also help you develop. Sophie Wiggins visited the ‘Block Bus’ keeping Norwich school children very happy indeed.
For Gemma Bailey-Smith, a rare medical condition means that simple mobility can be difficult and painful. Now, a fund raising campaign by her and her friends means she will soon be able […]