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.
by Joe Y-B The story is set during the Second World War, and opens with Chas McGill, a grammar school kid, going into the local woods to look for war souvenirs for his collection. When he stumbles upon a crashed German bomber with the ammo and rear machine gun still attached, instead of being a... Continue Reading →
Dear Agony Student, I hope you don’t mind my trespassing on your valuable time. I know you must be very busy with homework, YouTube, TwitBook, ChapSnat and all those other things you young people get up to. The thing is, I’m desperate; I have a real problem! It’s about doors. Ever since the new door... Continue Reading →
by Kat Beames STOP! Just – please – stop. I'm talking to you people who draw and write rude things on library books. It is so annoying! You just want to sit down and relax with a nice book, but, no, it isn't nice. You know why? Because THERE IS RANDOM DRAWING AND WRITING ALL... Continue Reading →
by Ella Edmonds, Wit-at-Large Arguments are never fun, especially if you KNOW you’re right but the other person doesn’t want to admit it. However, everyone knows the best insults are those in which one person stumps the other with a clever, witty comeback. And that just happens to be my specialty. So, without further ado, here... Continue Reading →
by Rebecca Y-B Introduction I first made these tarts a few weeks ago when my mum and I had some left-over strawberries from a party. They were a little squidgy so we didn’t want to eat them plain, and decided that in a tart no one would notice. So we invented this recipe Method Pre-heat... Continue Reading →