Sixth form student Charlotte Farmer has won the BMDS Lockdown Photography competition. The aim was to explain in a single, visual representation what the lockdown meant to you. It was open to all media students in Year 10 and above. … Continue reading Bennett Memorial Lockdown Photo Competition
By Joseph Sparke. This short story was written as part of my Duke of Edinburgh venture project. It’s inspired by the landscape of the picturesque (but chilly) Yorkshire Dales. Sir Philip staggered across the barren moor, feet sinking into … Continue reading The Tale of Sir Philip – Part 1.
By Yasmin Malik This article is a summary of my findings from a research paper of approximately 3500 words that I conducted for my A-level history wider reading. After listening to an episode of The History Hour podcast from the … Continue reading Can demilitarisation work in the 21st century?
Greetings! My name is Joseph Sparke, one of the editors of the Bennett Buzz. Over the past couple of years I’ve been reading a fairly large number of books and binge-watching a good amount of TV as well. I even … Continue reading Editor’s Picks: 2018-2019
By Eliza Brecheisen On 23rd of October 2018 Sarah J. Maas released the final book in her Throne of Glass series. After a two-year long cliff hanger, fans’ insatiable hunger was met with the emotional journey that was Kingdom of Ash. The series … Continue reading The 2018 Goodreads YA Fantasy Novel: Kingdom of Ash
By Jamie Williams. Blackpool: one of the most deprived cities in the UK; a popular tourist destination; and home of the tangerine Blackpool FC, a club with a long history: winning the FA cup in 1953 and in recent years … Continue reading Blackpool FC’s Boycott.
By Joseph Sparke. I recently finished reading H.G. Wells’ 1897 novel The Invisible Man- having picked it up mostly on a whim from the library. I was surprised and pleased to discover that the little book is an enjoyable read, … Continue reading Invisible Depths: Exploring the Continued Significance of H.G. Wells’ Classic.