In anticipation of International Women’s Day on Tuesday 8 March, this exciting competition was open to all students in Year 7-9. The purpose of the competition was to encourage students to undertake independent research, think critically and communicate clearly about a pioneering or trailblazing woman from the past. The challenge was to write a 150-250 … Continue reading GSAL International Women’s Day Essay Competition 2022
How does the knowledge of the past help us prepare for the challenges of the 21st century?
Jamie - Year 12 Student Editor’s Note: Writing for the New College of Humanities annual essay competition, Jamie Y12 writes expertly on the disciplines of history, economics and politics, examining the geopolitical challenges of the clash between China and the United States of America. He delves into this case study whilst crafting a broader historical … Continue reading How does the knowledge of the past help us prepare for the challenges of the 21st century?
A Zero Carbon School
Grace - Year 10 Student The following is my submission to the Hope for the Future Competition, a competition which challenges students to produce exciting pieces of artwork representing a climate emergency for a chance to showcase their work in UK Parliament. I also entered this artwork of the school into the Art of a … Continue reading A Zero Carbon School
GSAL Earthshot Competition 2020
GSAL Geography Department Open to all students in all year groups, this exciting competition challenges you to find creative solutions to Earth's problems. Taking inspiration from the official Earthshot Prize established by HRH Prince William in 2019, the brief is to create and communicate an original solution to a chosen Earth problem. Can you repair … Continue reading GSAL Earthshot Competition 2020