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The Beach View by Lasya Purohit

An original watercolour by Lasya Purohit, Yr 9 The high tide smashed against the rocks and the smooth sand was swallowed up by the shore. My feet were engraved in the soft sand as I walked along the bay with my family close behind. The boats laid on the sand bed awaiting for their owners... Continue Reading →

The Agony Student strikes again!

A couple of weeks ago our Agony Student, Niamh Gander, received a heart-rending cri de coeur from an anonymous teacher who was experiencing agonising guilt owing to the new door system at St James. See below for her brilliant solution to said teacher's problems (along with the original letter, reprinted here for your convenience). THE PROBLEM... Dear... Continue Reading →


By Ella Edmonds, Ranter-at-Large Ok, so I understand that the government needs to do certain things, either to keep us safe or… I don’t know much about politics, I guess some things just have to be done. But some things are a step too far. And one of those things is the sugar tax which... Continue Reading →

The Bubble interviews… JACQUELINE WILSON!

The Bubble is thrilled to publish its very first CELEBRITY INTERVIEW – with bestselling children's writer and all-round star of the literary firmament, Jacqueline Wilson. Read on for some excellent tips for budding writers, some cheesy insights and a rather good joke. Jacqueline's latest book, out now in time – suitably enough – for Christmas... Continue Reading →

St James Exeter is proud to be the very first school in the country to offer a GCSE qualification in 'Paranormal Studies'. The two-year course is inspired by the education system in Transylvania, home of Count Dracula, and will only be open to the most fearless students. Further information below.

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