The new regime of meal prep, now fondly referred to as ‘The Use‘em-Up’. And what an unexpected delight it has been
The history and health benefits of Coffee
From lattes and cappuccinos to macchiatos and frappuccinos. Cold brew, hot brew and dairy free options all to be tweaked with an ever-expanding list of syrups. What’s not to like? I suspect coffee is here to stay and I for one am extremely happy for it.
Our school is rightly known for its friendliness and pastoral care but much of our pupils’ manifest happiness is predicated upon the fact that they see themselves succeeding in all walks of life, most especially academically.
Specialist Physiotherapy & Pilates
Has Covid Floored Your Pelvic Floor? With Alexandra Keating
Reduced Environmental Stimulation Therapy
Floatation or REST (Reduced Environmental Stimulation Therapy) was pioneered in the US by Neuroscientist John C Lilly and Dr Jay Shurley at the National Institute of Mental Health in the 1950’s.
If you’re not moving forwards, you’re falling backwards
Reflections of Alan Turing: A Relative Story
Sir Dermot Turing talks about his uncle’s suicide and problematic royal pardon, 60 years after his conviction for ‘gross indecency’.
For the best of British issue, I’m inspired this month by a specific element of the fabled British spirit: phlegm.
My vertical thought for this Best of British month is if there’s one thing our fine land is good at, it’s that we are quietly proud to lead the world in eccentrics.