Culture Day at GSAL was a cultural reset

Weza - Year 13 Student & Student Editor, The Scribe There is no power for change greater than a community discovering what it cares about."Margaret J. Wheatley This year at GSAL, we held a jam-packed Prefects Week as this year’s theme was celebrating culture, diversity and difference at GSAL. Many events took place including Miles … Continue reading Culture Day at GSAL was a cultural reset

Jeffery Boakye: The History of Race and Identity

Written by Grace - Year 12 Student Edited by Weza - Year 13 Student Editor Editor's note: Students at GSAL were able to attend a talk by author, broadcaster and educator Jeffery Boakye. According to his biography online, "[he] is an author, broadcaster, educator and occasional journalist with a particular interest in issues surrounding education, … Continue reading Jeffery Boakye: The History of Race and Identity

Ivory Bangle Lady: Black lives in Roman Britain

Eva - Year 10 Student Editor’s note: This short essay was recently entered into the GSAL Black History Essay Writing Competition, organized by The GSAL Journal and UPSoc to coincide with Black History Month. Open to all students in Year 10-13, the purpose of the competition was to encourage students to undertake independent research, think … Continue reading Ivory Bangle Lady: Black lives in Roman Britain

George Washington Carver: agricultural scientist and inventor

Iptisam - Year 12 Student Editor’s note: This short essay was recently entered into the GSAL Black History Essay Writing Competition, organized by The GSAL Journal and UPSoc to coincide with Black History Month. Open to all students in Year 10-13, the purpose of the competition was to encourage students to undertake independent research, think … Continue reading George Washington Carver: agricultural scientist and inventor

Katherine Johnson: the remarkable NASA mathematician

Philippa - Year 10 Student Editor’s note: This short essay was recently entered into the GSAL Black History Essay Writing Competition, organized by The GSAL Journal and UPSoc to coincide with Black History Month. Open to all students in Year 10-13, the purpose of the competition was to encourage students to undertake independent research, think … Continue reading Katherine Johnson: the remarkable NASA mathematician

Simone Biles did nothing wrong

Sanjana - Year 12 Student Editor’s note: This short essay was recently entered into the GSAL Black History Essay Writing Competition, organized by The GSAL Journal and UPSoc to coincide with Black History Month. Open to all students in Year 10-13, the purpose of the competition was to encourage students to undertake independent research, think … Continue reading Simone Biles did nothing wrong

Sir Lewis Hamilton: The Man, The Myth, The Legend

Shreya - Year 12 Student Editor’s note: This short essay was recently entered into the GSAL Black History Essay Writing Competition, organized by The GSAL Journal and UPSoc to coincide with Black History Month. Open to all students in Year 10-13, the purpose of the competition was to encourage students to undertake independent research, think … Continue reading Sir Lewis Hamilton: The Man, The Myth, The Legend

Marilyn Hughes Gaston: a ground-breaking medical discovery

Aisha - Year 12 Student Editor’s note: This short essay was recently entered into the GSAL Black History Essay Writing Competition, organized by The GSAL Journal and UPSoc to coincide with Black History Month. Open to all students in Year 10-13, the purpose of the competition was to encourage students to undertake independent research, think … Continue reading Marilyn Hughes Gaston: a ground-breaking medical discovery