Spring 2017

Dear Readers

Time to look up

It’s a disturbing truth that a typical British adult is now spending over 9 hours a day looking at a phone or computer screen. At some point this spiralling upward trend will surely stop and even begin dropping back down to a healthier level.

There is still hope! This Spring Nokia are releasing their old favourite model, the 3310, a phone that just makes calls and sends texts too – a sign that there is some appetite for a less ‘smart’ and high resolution way of interacting with the world.

The summer is not so far away… and when the sun comes out, screens don’t work so well and the world around us begins to look more appealing than it has for a long time. So, what better ways are there to fill our time instead with great culture; local arts/theatre, maybe dining out with friends, and leaving those screens behind?


Angela Webb

Angela Webb 2016

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  • Metabolic Race This Spring, invest your time in upgrading your metabolism to help get your body in prime condition for the long-awaited Summer sun!
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  • Dakota Jim And Whiskey Moon Face at the Spit & Sawdust Saloon
  • SuperGlad From the ashes, another Glad is born
  • Pop Power Love it or hate it, everyone has an opinion about 'Pop'
  • DAVID HOCKNEY: A Retrospective Looking at the paintings of Hockney to meet the man behind them; and to see the kaleidoscopic journey he has made
  • Entertainments Theatre Theatre Listings for Spring 2017
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  • Discovering the world If a team of people sat in a room, with a blank piece of paper and tried to think up “the most stressful week away with students that a teacher could have”, our week in Beijing would probably be it
  • Heart-warming generosity Pupils made and shared soup and bread at Borough Market
  • Perfect Pitch The latest sports technology is applied on the outdoor pitch at Ark All Saints Academy
  • A Future with Choices School life is not just about passing exams, it's about being prepared for life and a career
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