Lottie Pike discusses the importance of diversity

The importance of encouraging and supporting diversity in schools “No culture can live if it attempts to be exclusive” – Mahatma Gandhi Why is diversity important in a society? Diversity is an integral part of any community – it is vital in helping us to develop, both as individuals and as a society, and its […]

Robert Couchman discusses evidence for the pronunciation of Latin.

Evidence for the Pronunciation of Latin   As an ancient language and one no longer spoken today (except by the Catholic church, who have their own pronunciation separate from the Classical Latin spoken by the Romans), you might expect that we don’t know how it was pronounced. However, we actually have a lot of evidence […]

Darcey Sharpe asks if ‘Little Women’ is a feminist novel?

Is Little Women, by Louisa Alcott, a feminist novel? “Little Women” is a classic novel written by Louisa Alcott, which is based on her own experiences. As she grew up with three sisters, I would say that the novel is very realistic as it is known for presenting many of her personal viewpoints and is […]

Eloise Quetglas-Peach explains how All the World’s Stage.

All the World’s Your Stage On Wednesday 29th January, seven language students from Stamford, including myself, who study French or Spanish opted to take part in a competition at Nottingham Girls School. This competition was organised by Business Language Champions (BLC) and one of the directors of this company, Sally Fagan, welcomed us and introduced […]

Anna Harris discusses monoclonal antibodies: medicine’s magic bullet.

Monoclonal Antibodies- Medicine’s Magic Bullet? Antibodies have been used to treat disease and infection for over a century, but in the last 50 years scientists have gradually been able to develop more and more sophisticated uses for them. One of such uses is monoclonal antibodies, the development of which was started in 1975 by two […]

Grace Kendall debates – Matter vs Anti-Matter

Matter Vs Anti-matter: The Good and The Bad. Matter is everything. Matter is the substance of which everything is made. You; me; the thing you are reading this on, it’s all made from matter that was created after the Big Bang. So what is antimatter? Antimatter is the opposite of matter. The sub-atomic particles of […]