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SIXTH FORM FEATUREA selection of our Yr 13s were asked for their experiences of attending Trinity School. Here is what they told us........
This week, FIFA, the worldwide football association, has said that English and Scottish footballers are not allowed to wear the poppy.
Halloween Special: Reece looks at the political rise of Donald Trump.
Recently in the UK, a new app was released on the app store called Pokémon Go.
Obesity has taken Britain by a storm. Over 64% of children and adults you pass on a daily basis are most likely to be obese.
Justin Bieber is a widely recognised global superstar shooting to fame in 2010 after his song ‘Baby ft. Ludacris’ went viral online.
Muhammad Ali was the fastest boxer in the world, and had so many highlights in his career.
Bitty News tells us about the new Disney movie 'Finding Dory' the sequel to 'Finding Nemo'.
Cheerforce Knights is a local cheerleading group that compete in different parts of England. The club is very welcoming with the age starting from 4-to any age.
Social media can be good, but it is having negative effects on teenage minds and having disastrous consequences.
Famous popstar Meghan Trainor has been publicly embarrassed after her record company Photoshopped her waist during her latest music video.
Music changes our moods, it is like medicine that everyone needs. In this report we will compare two music genres, pop and heavy metal.
Spellbinding is where a group of people are chosen to try and read 8 different books in 13 weeks.
Childhood Obesity is a current problem. Right now many schools in Britain are doing all they can to help this crisis
This weekend has been possibly one of the most exciting, worrying and busy of modern British politics.
On Friday 17th June, Cressida Cowell, author of the world famous How To Train Your Dragon series, came to Trinity School, Carlisle.
A review of the England v Russia match and the resulting crowd trouble between their 'fans'.
What is Euro 2016? A review of the tournament, and information on England's fixtures and the tournament groupings.
Amy reviews our BBC MediaCityUK trip.
When I visited the BBC Studios it was a very educational tour with plenty of times to join in. It is a fun day for everyone, the tour guides are very friendly and will answer any question you could throw at them the best they can.
Reece reviews our BBC MediaCityUK trip.
On Thursday the 14th April, we, the school news team, took a trip to media city, where part of the BBC is. MediacityUK is a place which is rented out to different media companies in the UK.
Find out about the EU Referendum. Why do people want to stay? Why do people want to leave?
I am currently studying my final year of my A Levels, this includes: Psychology, Applied Science, Health and Social Care and Extended Project (EPQ).