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Monday 12 December 2016


Teaching Gothic literature? There’s a good chance that if you’re not teaching it now, you will be soon. As Victoria Walker explains in our latest newsletter, the Gothic is pervasive in English classrooms, and it’s appropriate at every Read more...

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Wednesday 02 November 2016


With rising levels of anxiety in children and an increasing atmosphere of intolerance, anti-bullying week feels particularly important this year. There are a number of thought-provoking resources on Teachit English you could use with your classes to Read more...

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Monday 10 October 2016


Many of you were grateful for the advice on assistive technology for writing in our recent e-newsletter by Malcolm Litten. One in six people struggle with fundamental literacy skills at some point in their lives, and unlocking some of the barriers at Read more...

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Wednesday 03 February 2016


This year marks the anniversary of 400 years since William Shakespeare’s death, so there are even more Shakespeare themed celebrations going on than normal. See below for our highlights and a selection of websites covering all events. Macbeth Read more...
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