The Brilliant Club, the charity I work for that places PhD students across England in non-selective state schools to teach university-style tutorials to groups of students, publishes their own journal of exemplary student work. The Scholar comes out three times a year, with just a handful of pieces from placements published. A student in my first class wrote a spectacular piece on the way feminism, sexism, and gender issues are portrayed in the media. Her essay included an original interview with a self-identifying Kurdish Iraqi male feminist. You can read it - and a lot of other really nifty and disciplinarily broad work - online: http://www.thebrilliantclub.org/category/the-scholar/
Hats off to you, Miss Collins-Greenslade!