The Bubble goes ONLINE!

Hello. This is the brand new website of THE BUBBLE, the brand new magazine of St James School, Exeter. The Bubble is created by students for students. Of course, we can't prevent teachers, parents, Donald Trump, etc from reading it. That wouldn't be right. It's a free world. Sort of. But it isn't for them. Once we've figured out... Continue Reading →

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Summer Reading Recommendations…

Looking for a book to take you away this summer? I’m sorry to say you can’t borrow books from the school library over the summer holidays, but look out for these in your local public library or in bookshops. Something Funny? Sputnik’s Guide to Life of Earth by Frank Cottrell Boyce Prez is living in... Continue Reading →

WE WILL ROCK YOU! The Bubble Review

Our theatre critic is wowed by a state-of-the-art production full of thrills by J Y-B The audience notices as soon as the curtain rises that We Will Rock You is different to all previous St James productions – not least because of the two flat-screen TVs positioned on either side of the stage. These state-of-the-art screens... Continue Reading →

ISCA Boys Wear Skirts in Uniform Protest

by Joe Yarde-Buller, Bubble Reporter Today, as reported in the Guardian and the BBC, a group of 30 students from ISCA Academy in Exeter wore skirts in a protest against the uniform policy. The school doesn't allow boys to wear shorts whilst allowing girls to wear skirts with no tights. How unfair on the boys! The protest... Continue Reading →

We have 239 pieces of bubble gum…

... to be used for all manner of fun and games at the St James Summer Fete this Saturday (24th June). The Bubble's Gum Correspondent can confirm that they taste just as disgu delicious as they look. Come to our stall to find out for yourself...  


by Ella Edmonds As a school, we have decided to change our summer uniform. There have been many strong opinions on the change. Some feel that the length of skirt is overly long. I’ve heard complaints that wearing shorts with a blazer may not look good. Here at The Bubble, we’ve come up with our... Continue Reading →

Transforming photos

By Anonymous The first photo – the one with the stone archway – was taken at a display garden. Even without extra colour, I liked the archway and thought it looked mysterious (if a bit boring). When I got home I started adding effects to make it look more special. I tried the negative colour... Continue Reading →

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