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10 Aug Online Resources

Over the last few weeks I have been investigating many of the free web materials that are available online, so I thought it would be a good idea to share some of my favourite resources-many of these have become apparent through using Twitter which really...

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24 Jul In Memoriam 2014

The forthcoming centenary of the outbreak of the First World War has led to the creation of a new and very commendable project to preserve the many war memorials to those who have sacrificed their lives for their country. There are estimated to be over...

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18 Jul A Window Into the Past

Although my History degree entailed the study of both Medieval and Modern History I was always determined to study a pretty varied range of courses. I particularly enjoyed working with Richard Cust researching:Parliaments and Politics in the 17th Century, but I can also remember being...

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03 Jul Dunsinane

I was fortunate enough to spend Saturday evening at the RSC watching the final night of David Greig's intriguing play Dunsinane. Set in 11th century Scotland the story picks up where Shakespeare's Macbeth ended-it is in effect a modern day sequel to Macbeth. In Greig's...

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28 Jun War And Conflict

This week I listened on the radio to a very moving account of one man's visit to a rarely visited war cemetery in northern Italy. Located in the hills near Asiego are the graves of 712 young British soldiers killed in the later stages of...

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18 Jun High Profile

I am spending this weekend putting the last few final touches to the Summer 2011 edition of High Profile, this is KEHS's feature length magazine produced by our 6th Form girls. Each edition has a particular theme-the last magazine focused on our links with the wider community and...

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