This week's edition of our micro-magazine for the intellectually curious has a heavenly theme.
Following last week's 'Failure Week', this is a failure-filled edition.
Appropriately enough in the week of the House Singing Competition, this edition of SparkPoint has a musical theme.
This week's edition is devoted to a study of the family.
This week's edition includes articles on Verdi's Requiem, 'A Grief Observed', England's Rose, 'Not Quite Dead Yet' and the Cassini probe.
This week's edition of the micro magazine for the intellectually curious focuses on the theme of attraction. It includes a fascinating article on 'The Science of Cuteness', written by Sixth Former Ebrahim Jamshid.
This first edition of the new academic year picks up on the theme of the Headmaster's address at Monday's School Assembly.
This issue celebrates those who have done the right thing, irrespective of personal cost. It also includes two article by pupils: 'The Greek and the Good' by Ebrahim Jamshid; and 'Don't Blame it on the Sunshine' by Ni...
This week's edition considers some deep philosophical questions about the nature of 'being'. It also includes a fascinating article on Teleportation written by Ebrahim Jamshid (SH V).
This edition considers the question: how well do we really know ourselves?
There could only really be one theme for this week's edition of SparkPoint... As ever though, in putting it together Mr Walters (Deputy Head - Academic) has selected some interesting video clips and links to other web...
This week's edition is dedicated to "those who have stood up in the face of apparently insurmountable opposition". It includes a link to the poem written by Tony Walsh and recited this week at a vigil for the victims ...
Following one of the most signficant world-wide cyber attacks last Friday, this week's edition of SparkPoint focuses on the cyber landscape.
"Laughing is a hugely important process and one which has proven mental benefits." As the exam season gets properly underway, Deputy Head (Academic) Maurice Walters has produced an issue of SparkPoint that is designed...
This week's edition considers the fundamental role toys play not only in entertaining and educating us, but in shaping our perceptions of the world.
This week's micro-magazine for the intellectually curious celebrates the achievement, the complexity and the inspirational quality of everyday things that are right under our noses.
At the end of a busy Lent Term and with holidays just around the corner, this week's slightly frivolous edition focuses on all things Easter.
This week's fascinating edition looks at some of the ways that human beings' love of working out puzzles and finding solutions to problems has made itself manifest in literature, the arts and the sciences.
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From John Maynard Keynes to Cleopatra and F Scott Fitzgerald to Jerry Lewis, this week's 'Sparkpoint' looks at the theme of 'Money' from an intriguing range of perspectives.
This week's issue is themed around 'love'.
This week's issue celebrates the work of those who have theorised about what might have happened at the dawn of time.
This week's edition focuses on the power of language – and some of the people who have done extraordinary things with it.
This week's special festive edition celebrates Chinese New Year and features the music of Tan Dun, the writings of Lao She and the dance choreography of Jin Xing.
This week's issue of the micro-magazine written by Deputy Head (Academic) Maurice Walters introduces some of the artists, writers and musicians who have shaped and explored the concept of Modernism.
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