Anika - Year 9 Student Editor's Note: Aspiring young economist Anika, still 'only' in Year 9, explores the UK furlough scheme implemented in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. Anika presents her argument as a series of thoughtfully posed questions, and evaluates the relative merits of Chancellor of the Exchequor Rishi Sunak's programme through comparison with … Continue reading The UK Furlough Scheme
Dorotea - Year 9 Student Editor's Note: This wonderful Prezi presentation was researched and created by Dorotea Y9 in response to a recent task set in English (see below). The stimulus for the task was a recent quote from Jonathan Freedland (The Guardian, 2020), "Still, for now, the pandemic has been a boon to the … Continue reading Coronavirus: ‘a boon to the world’s authoritarians, tyrants and bigots’?
Flossie - Year 10 Student Editor's Note: This wonderful short essay from Flossie (Year 10) looks at wartime rationing and the national response to it, before challenging us to think about our own attitudes and actions towards the supply of food during the current coronavirus pandemic. CPD World War 2 started on the 1st of … Continue reading What can we as 21st Century readers take from the 14 year rationing?
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