Salutaris 2020

Mr C Dodd - Staff Editor Welcome to the 2020 edition of Salutaris, the GSAL Sixth Form academic journal. It is an annual publication that provides Sixth Form students in their final year of study the opportunity to showcase their academic writing. It also provides a number of students with editorial experience. The name ‘Salutaris’ … Continue reading Salutaris 2020

‘Labour Isn’t Working’ – when will they win an election again?

George - Year 13 Student Editor’s Note: This essay forms part of a collection of student works published in the 2020 edition of Salutaris, the GSAL Sixth Form academic journal. This is the first time that this piece of work has been published online. CPD February marked the 120th anniversary of the Labour Party but the celebrations were … Continue reading ‘Labour Isn’t Working’ – when will they win an election again?

“Traduttore, traditore”- ‘The translator is a traitor’

Jessica - Year 13 Student Editor’s Note: This essay forms part of a collection of student works published in the 2020 edition of Salutaris, the GSAL Sixth Form academic journal. This is the first time that this piece of work has been published online. CPD ‘All translation is a compromise - the effort to be literal and … Continue reading “Traduttore, traditore”- ‘The translator is a traitor’

Should we bring wolves back to Britain?

Zara - Year 13 Student Editor’s Note: This essay forms part of a collection of student works published in the 2020 edition of Salutaris, the GSAL Sixth Form academic journal. It was originally published here in The GSAL Journal. CPD Having recently won an essay prize, I commissioned Zara to come up with a way of visually capturing and … Continue reading Should we bring wolves back to Britain?

Can history teach us lessons?

Elle - Year 13 Student Editor’s Note: This essay forms part of a collection of student works published in the 2020 edition of Salutaris, the GSAL Sixth Form academic journal. It was originally published here in The GSAL Journal. CPD Throughout the process of studying the discipline, it is inevitable that many individuals studying History have been asked as … Continue reading Can history teach us lessons?