April 2018 Issue #6
By James, 9BR
THE OSBORNE SCHOOL
and I really want
to do it again.
We watched a
whole bunch of
Osborne production films,
I don’t like popcorn but
we got free popcorn.
Anyway, it was
By Ella, 11BD
Our School did a Christmas play called Hogwarts.
We had load’s of week’s to get ready for the school
show. On the first week we read our line’s so we
knew what our line’s were. My character was
Harriet school Wizard. I think the best dance in the
show was the mirror dance. The mirror was put in
the middle of the stage and the we had to be in
line’s in between the mirror and copy each other
like we were dancing in the mirror. On the day we
had lots of thing’s to do like get the stage ready
and Ben (I.C.T teacher) to get the music and
speakers ready. When it was time lot’s of people
came to the hall to see our show. I think the show
was really good.
By Ben, 10SL
Jack and I from Year 10 have just
returned from the House of Lords
with Sonia, Jenni, Ben and a National
award in recognition of our brilliant
World War remembrance video. We
visited the Battlefields of World War
One in the Spring Term and filmed
the whole thing.
It was really worth the time making
the video. The houses of parliament
was really fun but the downside was
The Legacy 110 project aims for all
pupils who visit the World War One
Battlefields to create a project that
helps remember the sacrifice made
by men and women in the First
World War. Jack and my film was
selected out of 1600 schools across the
UK, and was one of six that won an
By Kayleigh, 11BD
We did be our guest for the summer
play and The Cast has been directed
by Hannah Corrall. It was really fun
and hang out with my mates back
stage. We in joyed the play it was great
By Ella, 11BD
In the middle of October we started learning about the
Tempest by Shakespeare. My class and some of the other
class did the play called Tempest my character called
Horror, Guns & Violence. Should I watch this or not?
By Jacob, 11BD
I watched a horror movie about 4 days ago. I got to sleep about 4am in the
morning! I watched this movie on Netflix. I am 16 and I found the
film terrifying. It was one of those new gruesome Netflix films.
You can find titles easy on streaming platforms, especially on Netflix and stuff.
Netflix is good, but sometimes it’s not good. It doesn’t give guidelines
for people watching things. It doesn’t come up with verifying age.
I don’t blame my parents, they’re great, but I blame streaming platforms
who don’t put age restrictions on. They could get filters put in place so
young people can’t search for 18 films. The provider should really block
things we shouldn’t watch.
Watch age appropriate movies/
TV shows. You could go through
hell, you might think what
you’re seeing on the TV is real.
I did a survey around Osborne
School to see who watches
horror movies and gun movies.
I would say to parents to check
up on young people to make
sure they’re watching the right
thing. I don’t always watch the
right thing but my advice is for
not to watch these things. They
will ruin your sleep!
Should pupils in KS4 be allowed outside the building at lunch-time?
By Jack, 11BD
People in my class 11BD say yes but then they are the pupils! I say yes
- there is a shop near our school that pupils would be able to get to.
I also think that this would make the pupils feel better about
themselves which is important considering their situation. If pupils
feel good then that may improve behaviour after lunch times
because they have just done something grown up.
I understand that there is danger and that is why for the first there
months staff would assist them. For pupils that are unable to go
outside at lunch times they will be able to do activity at school.
I think this is good because it will make pupils feel that they are
being treated more like young adults. Pupils will stay in groups of
five and will protect each over.
Pupils will be allowed their phones just in case they get into trouble
and will not have to wear clothes that have the Osborne School
logo, they could wear school styled clothes. What do you think?
Thank you for reading I hope you enjoyed reading this.
We also played two
charity shows for Naomi
House and CRY! We love
singing and playing to
What is your
What is your
Do you go to
take me to
What is your
I loved doing the
Do you like
Yes, I would like
millions of minions!
• Don’t put to much makeup on!
• Take your time if you rush it you will look silly.
• Don't poke yourself in the eye with your eyeliner.
• Don’t mess your mess up your mascara ,
• Use the right foundation or you will look really bad.
During our maths day
we cracked codes!
We loved it, so 10SL
have made our own….
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1
15 19 2 15 18 14 5 19 3 8 15 15 12
19 15 21 20 8 1 13 16 20 15 14 23 9 14 3 8 5 19 20 5 18
10,1,13,5,19, 20,5,3,8, 13,9,14,5,3,18,1,6,20, / 9,19
/ 22,5,18,25 / 7,15,15,4,
The Easy Way
So… How exactly
are we going to
steal this car?
I’ve got just the
me back my
car you crazy
©2017-2018 Max Andrew. For Osborne School. All rights reserved.
Published worldwide by Osborne Worldwide Ltd.
©2018 Osborne Worldwide Ltd. All rights reserved. #Osborne and the logo are trademarks of Osborne Worldwide Ltd.
Osborne Worldwide Ltd. is the author of this magazine for the purposes of copyright and other laws under the Copyright,
Designs and Patents Act 1988. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted or utilised in any form or any
means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying or otherwise, without the prior permission of the author and/or the publisher.