To celebrate the schools 75th Anniversary the school will be placing all school magazines on this page. This is in response to a number of “Old Boys” requesting copies of their years of attendance at Homebush Boys High. A professional company has completed the transfer of the magazines into a Pdf format. As each years magazine is uploaded it will appear in ‘Blue” and you will be able to look at or download that year. As these files are rather large we would strongly suggest you download the files first, before viewing them.
Please Note: It is recommended you save the PDF files to your computer before viewing them due to their large sizes.
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The Lion: an annual review of School events
News from Hampton: a termly publication which highlights recent events
Old Hamptonians’ Chronicle: The Old Hamptonian Chronicle is incorporated into The Lion and keeps former pupils up to date with School life and their contemporaries
Ardingly Life Lent 2020
Sports Fixtures and Results
The Edge Graduate Business Newsletter (Autumn 2008 PDF)
The Edge Graduate Business Newsletter (Summer 2017 PDF)
If you would like to see a more general overview of what we have, you can also search for ‘high school periodicals’ or ‘primary school periodicals’. Below are some sample searches:
The best first step, if you have a specific school in mind, is to search the catalogue for the school name and select ‘Journals & newspaper titles’ on the dropdown to specifically find yearbooks and magazines.
As students and staff at IBSB, we are all very proud of our IBSB School Magazine, The International Voice. What makes this magazine different is the simple fact that it is the combined work of a very talented and dedicated group of students, devoted to maintaining the highest standards in editorial print. The magazine in printed in full colour and includes pictures, feature stories, and articles written by students about school and community events, topical issues, and newsworthy items relating to education and pedagogy.
Each TIV issue is distributed to all IBSB parents and students, select embassies, and leading businesses around Bucharest.
The magazine is entirely self-funded by revenue from advertising, and as such we invite companies, organisations, and individuals to advertise in the TIV.
Ardingly Life Michaelmas 2019
Entry Procedure (all years)
A. Through school magazines of course!
Q. How did BRGS report its news, achievements, pictures, and messages before we had our own website?
For issues prior to 2012, archive copies are available on the New Zealand Principals’ Federation website. To access these click here.
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