Tom - GSAL Alumnus (2019 Leaver) Editor’s Note: Former student Tom (2019 Leaver) was an editorial member of Salutaris, the Sixth Form academic journal, during his time at GSAL. This insightful essay was originally published in Salutaris 2019, a project led by Mrs Gray, E-Learning Designer. CPD For many humans in the 21st century, it is becoming increasingly … Continue reading A Brief Insight into Modern Terrorism
Aadarsh - GSAL Alumnus (2019 Leaver) Editor’s Note: Former student Aadarsh (2019 Leaver) was an editorial member of Salutaris, the Sixth Form academic journal, during his time at GSAL. This fascinating essay and accompanying photographs were originally published in Salutaris 2019, a project led by Mrs Gray, E-Learning Designer. CPD You can view Aadarsh's photographs in Salutaris 2019 … Continue reading Analogue Photography
Charis - GSAL Alumna (2019 Leaver) Editor's Note: Former student Charis (2019 Leaver) was an editorial member of Salutaris, the Sixth Form academic journal, during her time at GSAL. This thought-provoking essay was originally published in Salutaris 2019, a project led by Mrs Gray, E-Learning Designer. CPD An interpretation of Shakespeare’s tragicomedy and its name Shakespeare’s The Winter’s … Continue reading Is “a sad tale best for winter”?
James - Year 11 Musician Editor's Note: James Y11 plays a short version of the jazz standard Autumn Leaves, originally composed by Joseph Kosma in 1945. This famous jazz piece has accumulated over 1,000 commercial recordings by a plethora of leading musicians. AWK/CPD https://youtu.be/5tmEux2UaMc
Ayushman - Year 12 Student Editor's Note: Ayushman (Year 12) entered this short essay in The Oxford Scientist Schools' Writing Competition. The brief was to write in no more than 700 words about 'a scientific discovery, invention or advance that still affects the world today.' Given the current challenge that we face in searching for … Continue reading Vaccines: a key scientific discovery
James - Year 12 Student Editor’s Note: Year 12 student James has submitted this fascinating essay on William the Conqueror's Harrying of the North to the Peterhouse College, Cambridge, annual Vellacott History Prize essay competition. This competition requires entrants to first propose their own question, avoiding subject content previously or currently being studied as part of any history … Continue reading To what extent is the ‘Harrying of the North’ responsible for the contemporary economic disparity between the North and South?
Kartik - Year 10 Student Editor's Note: Written as part of his studies in English Language, the sense of threat and the lack of opportunity for escape comes across really strongly in this edited version of Kartik’s longer piece. The phrase ‘New Assignment’ may also strike fear in the hearts of those posting them during … Continue reading ‘New Assignment’: the evil, soul-destroying message