Continuing A level English Literature next year?


Download this excellent resource pack on Regeneration, which contains copies of Rivers’ medical reports and other historical documents relating to Bassoon and his pals at Craiglockhart.


Planning on taking English Literature for A level?

We’re going to be studying Much Ado About Nothing, which just happens to be out in cinemas later this month. You should go and see it.

Click here to watch the trailer.


Also, given that you will be exploring other comedies by Shakespeare, a trip to one of these would also be well worth your time. They come highly recommended!

Year 7! Go and see one of these!

Studying A Midsummer Night’s Dream in English? There are lots of productions of this popular play taking place this summer – make sure you get the chance to see at least one! Details below:

An exciting project from Google and the RSC

Go and see the play at Shakespeare’s Globe on the South Bank!

David Walliams stars in A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Noel Coward Theatre.

Going on holiday? book tickets for this touring production!


GCSE English Language and Literature: What to Expect

English and Things

Dear Year 9,

Welcome to English and Things, a treasure trove of resources and inspiration for you. Hopefully you will find this blog increasingly useful as you study for your GCSEs in English Language and Literature next year.

To kick things off, click on the link below, to access the presentation from tonight’s Options Evening. It gives you an outline of what you will study in years 10 and 11.

GCSE English: What to Expect
Exciting times.

Ms. North

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