The Bubble Returns

Winter is Coming...

Joining the Bubble is Easy

Simply email your favourite editor, or, failing that, Mr Hodson or Miss Taylor-Payne, and let’s discuss what you want to share with the school.

Year 13 Bubble Editors – Annabel M

Meet our editors! Izzy Scragg Hi I’m Izzy. The highlight of my RHS journey so far has been getting bubble colours ofc, I take History, English Lit and Psychology for my A levels and want to become a diplomat when I’m older. My icon is Emma Chamberlin as she is so cool!! Most of my…
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Nelsons Fav Cafe Drinks – Izzy Scragg

The new Heritage Café opened last Wednesday, and Year 13 were the first to experience the highly anticipated café. I asked around Nelson to see which drinks seem to be the favourites.  For me, my personal favourite drink would be the Chai Latte. The café’s Chai Latte has the perfect milk to Chai ratio not…
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A taste of Spain – Ignacio S.

We all know RHS’s version of paella but there is a lot more to Spanish food than this. Ignacio takes us through his top 10 Spanish dishes. In 10th  place we have “broken eggs”. It is a traditional dish that is typical in Madrid and contains chips, eggs and normally “chorizo”, but is optional. Number…
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2022 or the 1950’s: The future of human rights looks suspiciously like the past – Jaz W

As a seventeen-year-old I have been alive for Brexit, Donald Trump’s presidency, an ongoing climate crisis, refugee crisis’s (yes, plural), wearing a hijab being banned for under 18’s in France, the threat of war and the actuality of war, famines in Yemen, bombings in Syria, the BLM movement, the MeToo movement.  The list could go…
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Toby’s Take on Life – Toby C

On Wednesday I turned 18, and I thought that at my new wise old age, I should impart the wisdom I have gathered over the last 18 years to the more youthful members of our community (AKA Mr. Hodson). It has been hard to filter down so many life lessons into 20 points, but I…
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What can be done to mitigate the cost of living crisis? – Freddie C

The cost of living crisis is a phrase that has been mentioned quite frequently in politics recently, but what does it mean and what is it referring to?  In short, it is what it says on the tin, people can’t afford to live comfortably at the moment, and this is a consequence of the high…
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Ukraine – places to visit and local cuisine – Viktor S. & Catherine G.

In a joint effort article, Viktor and Catherine are proudly presenting places and local dishes of their home country. Ukraine’s top 4 places to visit – by Viktor S. Kyiv Kyiv is the capital and the biggest city in Ukraine. I would say it`s one of the most beautiful cities in Ukraine because it has…
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A glance at House of the Dragon

It has been three years since the unforgivable and heart-destroying finale of the mega-popular HBO show Game of Thrones. Three years of crying, complaining and petitioning to have it re-made. Finally, they have come back for redemption. Risen from the embers of season 8 has come the canonical spin-off sequel to the original show. Finally.…
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International displays of mourning – Izzy Scragg

With the passing of our beloved Queen last week, we have mourned as a school community and as a country. However, the death of our monarch has not only been felt in our nation,but abroad. Elizabeth II played a significant role in her 70 years of reign living through the most crucial moments of our…
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