Throughout this week, we are linking up with Oxplore, the University of Oxford’s ‘Home of the Big Questions’ to dive a little deeper into some of the topics you’ve covered during the Summer School, with a new Big Question every day.
Today, we have taken an artistic turn, looking at both the visual arts and literature, from the Ancient Greeks to the present day. So with today’s Oxplore question, we take a look at an issue which has persisted throughout the ages – when, if ever, is it ok to censor what we can read?
Click the picture above to visit today’s Oxplore question.
After you’ve explored some of the materials on Oxplore, why not tell us what you think? Try writing a mini-essay setting out your thoughts on the question. Or draw a picture, take a photograph, or create a short video to illustrate some of the issues you have explored – be as creative as you like!
Share with us!
We would love to see any examples of work that you do during your Inspire Summer School. This can be a photo of something you have made, a picture you have drawn, some written work (e.g. the start of a speech, or the answer to a question we asked), or some thoughts you have about what you have learnt! Submit your work to us through this form.
All pupils who share their work with us by August 31 2021 will receive a certificate of participation in the summer school and will be entered into a prize draw! A £10 Amazon voucher will be awarded to each winning entry, selected randomly from all submissions. If you give us permission, your entry may be shared on Inspire Digital and our social media alongside your first name.