BSB Reporters

The world of BSB from our student's perspective

Welcome to the BSB Reporters column. We are a group of voluntary writers wanting to give members of our community an insight into our School life from a BSB student perspective, writing content that is honest, relevant and impartial.

The story started just like any other good story does: One day, three friends, colleagues and students at BSB walked side by side and synchronicity, or was it fate, made them all have the same thought: 'I want to leave something behind when I leave BSB. Something that will inspire others to search out clues to figure out the wonders of the world. Or maybe just share the beauty of a random thought?’ 

Fast forward to today! Although Laura and Emilia are Alumni now and on their road from BSB, their heart project, the 'Mosaic' magazine, is still going strong with another BSB reporters at the helm.

Mosaic is a collection of ‘think and feel’ pieces on topics ranging from psychology to sport, from Kanye West to COVID vaccination, penned by BSB students and some very special guest peers. The result is refreshingly punk and an excellent read. 

Mosaic Issue 2

Mosaic First Issue

BSB Reporters’ Articles


The Dhaka Apologue: an Interview with Radita

Radita is a Year 13 student at BSB. Although she is currently studying Biology, Chemistry and...

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Applying to Competitive Universities and Courses

Back in March 2020, I hit my head on a cabinet door and was rushed to the hospital late at night....

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Tips from Laura: Applying to Competitive Universities and Courses

I vividly remember the struggle of narrowing choices down to only four AS Levels. After having...

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Test Anxiety: The New Norm?

While it's easy to understand that being a teenager isn't always easy in itself, students today face...

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​10 Things I Wish I Knew at the Start of Year 12

If you are like me - by which I mean a normal human being that is neither unnaturally neat nor...

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12 Angry Men: The Dangers of Preconception and Prejudice Pose for Justice and an Assured, Taut Example of Minimalist Filmmaking

It is safe to assume that a majority of people avoid watching old movies in favour of the new....

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A Truly Addictive Book with Phenomenal Writing

One of Us is Lying, Book Review written by Vedangini and edited by Daniel Author - Karen M....

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BSB in Quarantine

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected all of us in a multitude of ways, one of which is the colossal...

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BSB is Back!

We can all agree that 2020 was no one’s year. Four months of online school stretched out for what...

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BSB's Journey to Becoming an Eco-School

This term, Head of Science Mr. James Walsh started an Eco-Schools Award CCA (Co-Curricular Activity)...

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BSB’s National Discus Champion

Over the summer, Alexandra, BSB Year 13 student, had been taking part in numerous discus...

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Celebrating 20 Years of Preparing BSB Students for a Better Future

As Sixth-Formers, the questions we get asked from everyone we know are all the same. Which...

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​Charity @BSB

Something we found ourselves getting more and more involved in, ever since we joined BSB, is charity...

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​Christmas Gift Appeal

The holidays are rapidly approaching and the BSB community aimed to spread joy to the wider public....

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Get to Know Our teachers: Mr. Kennedy and Ms. Mulchrone

Written by Ada and Alexia, BSB Reporters Edited by Daniel, BSB Reporter...

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How to Pick Yourself Up after the Mocks

In February, we mark the end of the dreaded mock examinations and welcome results with open arms. To...

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Racism Has No Place in Our Future. What about Yours?

As part of the diverse BSB community, we students should be aware, if not involved, in the affairs...

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Review of the 2019-2020 Academic Year

We can all agree that the 2019-2020 Academic Year was far from ordinary! Our team of BSB Reporters...

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Shaping a Humanities Academic Profile

As Year 12 students, it is rare that we know exactly what we wish to study for the next four or so...

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​Sixth Form Doesn't ‘Hit You Like a Truck’

My first day of sixth form was a surprising start. Eleven new students had joined our year group,...

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The Black Panther Party

The Black Panther Party exists as a brief blip in American history and as an even smaller matter on...

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The CSLA: Should You Do It?

As a follow up to our EPQ article, we present another project you can take on during the Sixth Form:...

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The EPQ: Should You Do It?

At the start of Year 12, we were given the option to either complete an Extended Project...

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The Return of Mr. Shuttleworth: A Year in Vietnam

At the end of the 2018-2019 academic year, BSB’s most enthusiastic Maths teacher Mr....

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Turtles All the Way Down

Despite my preconceived impression that this would be nothing more than a generic mystery novel, my...

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