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The NHS in crisis

The NHS in crisis

Since its launch in 1948, the NHS has grown to become the world’s largest publicly funded health service. It is also one of the most efficient, most egalitarian and most comprehensive. The NHS was born out of a long-held ideal that good healthcare should be available to all, regardless of […]

My NHS Story

My NHS Story

I don’t have much experience with the NHS but all of my experiences are all positive especially my dentist visits. In the NHS dentist department the dentists are helpful as well as reassuring for when people get nervous. I remember when I was younger I was extremely scared but my […]

Westminster Attack

Westminster Attack

On Wednesday 22nd Mach 2017 a unfortunate event occurred. Where people were killed and badly injured. A man,who we still do not know much about, drove his car on Westminster Bridge [a public walkway] killing and injuring many.We think  that this is wrong an upsetting for many people who see there […]

THE NHS TODAY

THE NHS TODAY

Our country has free healthcare, a fantastic privilege many countries haven’t got; but is it true that we are facing a crisis? My answer to this is yes, the NHS is experiencing a crisis. My reasons behind this are as follows: Firstly, this winter every bed was full up. Not […]

How can we ensure the NHS has a future?

How can we ensure the NHS has a future?

The NHS is the biggest employer in the UK and helps many people.  But its future is uncertain due to the rising number of people using its services and the budget freeze, meaning that no more money is being spent to match the number of people using it.  It is […]

NHS: Crisis or short-term struggle?

NHS: Crisis or short-term struggle?

The NHS has been established since since 1948.  It is England’s first and only free healthcare system.  According to the NHS confederation, 89% of people surveyed agree our government should support a national health system that is tax funded.  Most people agree it needs more money, in order to provide […]

Curiosity Corner Competition no.27

Curiosity Corner Competition no.27

Over the school holidays, we asked you to be curious about what why the NHS costs as much as it does. EcHo7360 from St Mary’s and St John’s asked a question about how people could be affected by a rise in taxes. This shows an understanding of how changes to the […]