NCS Grad Connor tells us how having autism has helped him gain confidence and do things he didn’t think were possible...
When it comes to gender-equality in the media, just how far have we come? NCS grad Holly shares her thoughts.
Gone are the days when women were fighting for the right to vote. But in 2020, are gender roles completely outdated? Or do they still exist in today’s world?
Single-sex vs. mixed-sex schools – both have their cheerleaders and their critics. NCS grad, Xena, tells us why she found an all-girls school environment more productive for her.
In today's word, the term feminism seems to mean different things to different people. So we asked our grads what it means to them.
LGBTQ+ representation on screen is higher than it’s ever been. But are these growing figures alone enough in the fight for equality? Ellen Jones, LGBTQ+ campaigner, tells us why our work’s not done yet.
Questioning your sexuality can be confusing at the best of times. Add to that uncertainty about your gender and that’s, well, a whole lot to deal with as a teen.
It’s the show that has the nation gripped. But just how real is the reality TV we’re hooked on? NCS Grad, Tapiwa, explores the good, the bad – and the muggy.
It’s something that’s long been fought for, but has LGBTQ+ equality truly been achieved in today’s society? Or do we still have a long way to go? NCS grads, Mia and Kajaanie, share their views...
What makes you, you? With identity meaning different things to different people, we spoke to some of our LGBTQ+ grads to find out.