Hello. The Bubble is the unofficial, student-produced magazine of St James School, Exeter. Our first issue was launched on 24 June 2017. It includes features, news, fake news, interviews, a slang crossword, cartoons, film reviews and Mr Zammit perched on the Great Wall of China. If you’d like a (free) copy, just ask your tutor or pick one up from the library.
We meet every Monday from 3:15pm until roughly 4pm, usually in the library. Please do feel free to drop in: we’re always looking for new people to get involved. PLEASE NOTE: ‘getting involved’ doesn’t mean you have to come to every meeting. You can come as often or rarely as you like. Or, if you prefer, you can simply email your work to email@example.com, where it will be considered in confidence by our core editorial team. You’ll then receive feedback, after which, if everyone’s happy, it will be published either online or in the next issue of the magazine, or both.
The Bubble accepts all kinds of creative work: stories, photography, art, jokes, puzzles, cartoons, recipe ideas, film reviews, rants, raves, suggestions for things to do, memes. Now that we have a website we can even publish films or music. So if you’d like to find an audience for your creations – and to get some feedback to help make them even better – please do get in touch!
If you want to know more, the teachers to talk to are BTW (Mr Winsor) or TDH (Mr Halpin). Or, once again, email us: firstname.lastname@example.org.