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Pupil-led publication is a great read

Fri, Jun 17th, 2022
Worth School

A great way for pupils to develop a range of skills is to get involved with a school magazine titled Identity.

This magazine is written, designed and produced entirely by pupils, with two editions released each academic year. Offered as part of our co-curricular programme, the magazine contains insightful articles, poetry and art.

The latest edition was on sale on Speech Day recently. It contains an article by a Year 11 pupil on understanding how the Chernobyl nuclear catastrophe had an immense impact on her family and on the Ukrainian generations to come; an interview with Alexander McLean, of Justice Defenders and Social Entrepreneur in Residence at Worth, reflecting on Black Lives Matter; an insight into the work of another of the School’s charities, Mary’s Meals; a personal piece by a Year 13 student on how Worth has given her a sense of belonging; and much more.

Well done to all involved in the latest publication.

For more on the broad range of activities, clubs and societies which pupils can choose from at Worth click here.