Entries by Stella James

Sadly, terrorism is rarely out of the news.

The horrific attack in Christchurch is a stark and tragic reminder of the worldwide threat of terrorism and the increasing danger of extreme right wing violence.  I attended a vigil outside Leicester’s largest mosque, Masjid Umar, in the wake of the atrocity and whilst the solidarity and sympathy expressed by people from all faiths and […]

Copyright in education

When I first thought of putting together a Copyright webinar and training material for our Gooseberry Gurus, I was under the impression that I would struggle to talk for 30 minutes.  I even contemplated adding information about Fake News to try and pad things out.  All I can say is that I had no idea […]

Breck’s last game

I set up the Breck Foundation five years ago because I wanted something good to come out of what happened to my son Breck.  Breck was a regular 14-year-old boy who loved science, computing and gaming.  He was invited into a gaming group by ‘friends of friends’ from school so this seemed to be a […]