This soundscape of Wellington is the result of a 3rd Form immersive, creative exploration of the College and of its grounds, silences and sounds, followed by writing exercises transformed into poetry, a wicker sculpture and this piece, entitled 'in the midst of perpetuality'. The title is inspired by a line from one of the poems.
Wellington Academy teachers Iain Kemp and Kelda Fiske discuss the context of GCSE text ‘Blood Brothers’, the relative historical points, and how to include this in your exam to maximise your marks.
George, Jamie, Olli and Callum talk about their opinions on Martin Luther King Jr's historical speech.
Robin Macpherson talks about 'Disgrace' by J.M. Coetzee and 'Things Fall Apart' by Chinua Achebe.