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Black Lives Matter: Tackling racism in the UK

Despite the cultural diversity of the United Kingdom, racism is still widespread. Ben takes a closer look at this issue.

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Black Lives Matter: Making sense of the protests

As the ‘Black Lives Matter’ campaign gains momentum, Imogen examines whether racial injustice will become a thing of the past. 

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A warm welcome back to the Prep School

A poem to welcome some of our children back to the Prep School this week and to celebrate the fantastic learning that’s taking place both at home and at school.

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Introducing our new Head Girl and Head Boy

Embley extends a warm welcome to Head Boy and Head girl who take up the reigns in September.

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Virtual performance by Embley’s Flute Choir

Embley musicians have made excellent use of their digital resources to bring you a virtual performance of a much loved family classic.

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In conversation with… exclusive interviews with professional performers

We are thrilled to present a series of exclusive interviews with professionals working in the performing arts sector.

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Florence Nightingale and modern medicine

This week marks 200 years since Florence Nightingale’s birth and due to the world’s current climate it is a more important time than ever to commemorate her life and contributions towards the advancement of healthcare and medicine, write Millie and Keomi in Year 11. 

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VE Day: And Beyond

Let us all remember those who served in the conflicts both before and after VE Day, says Sixth Former Alex, and for the soldiers who had to endure years of fighting for their countries.

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VE Day: Ending the Holocaust

Hannah in Year 12 talks about how VE Day helps her remember how Jewish people were freed from Nazi persecution and the often forgotten lives indirectly affected by war in the years after 1945.

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