‘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?

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?

Masculine or feminine: how modern ideologies are shaping the Spanish-speaking world

Kate - Year 12 Student Editor's Note: Year 12 student Kate writes here about the use of gendered constructions in the Spanish language. As Kate herself notes, "[this essay] discusses the presence of male/female nouns and endings in the Spanish language - something which has been virtually entirely abolished in the English Language - and … Continue reading Masculine or feminine: how modern ideologies are shaping the Spanish-speaking world

Could the murder of George Floyd be a turning point in society?

Charmaine - Year 12 Student Editor's Note: Year 12 student Charmaine writes this heartfelt essay on the recent death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man killed during an arrest by a white police officer in the city of Minneapolis, USA. Four police officers involved in the events leading to George Floyd's death have since … Continue reading Could the murder of George Floyd be a turning point in society?