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Atherton High School
4 October 2020 - 12 October 2020
Sherrardswood School
2 October 2020 - 2 November 2020
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19 September 2020 - 2 October 2020
Michael Hall Waldorf School
East Sussex
16 September 2020 - 30 September 2020
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Atherton High School
North West England
4 October 2020 - 12 October 2020
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Sherrardswood School
East of England, Hertfordshire
2 October 2020 - 2 November 2020
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Fowey River Academy
South West England, Cornwall
19 September 2020 - 2 October 2020
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Michael Hall Waldorf School
South East England, East Sussex
16 September 2020 - 30 September 2020

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A space for individuals or companies to advertise a range of educational courses, events, or websites English teachers or their students can benefit from.

  • Virtual Authors UK
    Virtual Authors UK is a directory of children's authors, illustrators and poets offering virtual visits to UK schools.Established in 2014, the site includes links to over 60 children's and YA book creators available to virtually visit UK classes of all ages, from nursery to Key Stage 5, via software such as Skype, Zoom, Google Meets and Microsoft teams.Listings are divided into key stages to make it easier for schools to find appropriate authors. The site is simply a directory intended to help schools connect easily with suitable authors and there is no fee for using it.
  • JCS Online Resources
    JCS Online Resources negotiates with publishers the best subscription rates for e-resources. They provide a selection of high quality e-resources ideal for supporting English Literature including Drama Online, JSTOR Secondary Schools Collection, Bloom’s Literature, and Literature Resource Center. View the full catalogue on the JCS website, and request a no-obligation free trial to up to four resources at a time. Any questions? Please contact JCS on support@jcsonlineresources.org or +44 (0)1865 987211.
  • External marking service
    We are an established company that provides exam marking and moderation for departments. We have various packages to suit each schools needs. Our teachers are all experienced examiners, therefore you can be sure that the marking will be accurate. Our service can be tailored to your individual requirements.External verification of results may be even more important this year - schools that use us have relied on our marking to support their grade allocation this year. Our school feedback consistently praises the quality and accuracy of the marking as well as the speedy turnaround times. Feel free to email your requirements to  jayne@cheshireexamsuccess.co.uk or call 07872954217
  • Mock exam marking and student workshops
    We are a small team of experienced English teachers and senior examiners. We can offer your English departments a range of services to support you this academic year:  Catch-up and intervention programmes; Student workshops and tuition; Masterclasses;  Mock examination marking and examiner reports; Moderation and validation of your own mock exam marks and predicted grades; Extended school time – weekend and holiday sessions. 
  • The Quotation Bank
    Focusing on the core assessment objectives for GCSE English Literature 9-1, The Quotation Bank takes 25 of the most important quotations from the text and provides detailed material for each quotation, covering interpretations, literary techniques and detailed analysis. Also included is a sample answer, detailed essay plans, revision activities and a comprehensive glossary of relevant literary terminology, all in a clear and practical format to enable effective revision and ultimate exam confidence. No Clutter. No Confusion. Just the key ingredients for exam success. Visit our website for school orders, interactive samples and more....
  • Pobble
    Pobble is shown to improve pupils’ speed, confidence and enjoyment of writing, whilst reducing teacher workload. The platform is supported by the UK Department for Education as a recipient of the Edtech Innovation Fund.Pobble’s writing tools allow teachers and their pupils to:● easily access high quality, curriculum aligned content at school or at home.● save time with age specific lessons already built by the Pobble teachers.● search the world’s largest bank of children’s writing examples sorted by age, topic and genre.● connect with a worldwide community to publish work, share lessons, engage in peer assessment and moderate writing assessment judgements.This reduces teacher workload and improves pupil attainment.Pobble won the Bett award for the Best Classroom Aid for Learning, Teaching and Assessment and the GESS award for Best Paid ICT Product.Start a 14 day free trial now!
  • FlipsCo Cards: English Lit revision
    GCSE English literature revision cards. Each set contains 20 x A6 double sided cards. Contents covers a critical analysis of each character/theme, wider reading, literary tradition and historical context, chapter/act summaries, analysis of Biblical allusions, and key vocabulary. Current texts available: Macbeth, Romeo & Juliet, The Merchant of Venice; The Sign of Four, A Christmas Carol, Jekyll & Hyde; An Inspector Calls, Blood Brothers, Animal Farm, Lord of the Flies; Power & Conflict Poetry, and Love & Relationships Poetry. Lots of examples of cards available to preview on the website. Sets of cards are available from £1.99 per set (Exc VAT).
  • Macbeth: 25 Key Quotations For GCSE
    A useful resource for teachers new to Macbeth and for students to revise.
  • Mr Bruff's FREE Youtube Videos
    800+ FREE videos for GCSE English Language and Literature, totalling 40 million views.Playlists include:'Power and Conflict' Poetry: 58 videosAQA English Language Paper 1: 48 videosAQA English Language Paper 2: 54 videosMacbeth: 61 videosAn Inspector Calls: 31 videos A Christmas Carol: 19 videosAnd many more!Download free worksheets to accompany the videos at mrbruff.com/worksheets
  • Shakespeare: Context and Stagecraft
    The King's College London Massive Open Online Course ('MOOC') - 'Shakespeare: Context and Stagecraft' - is going live on FutureLearn on 5 October. This is a free 2-week course that incorporates Romeo and Juliet, The Merchant of Venice, and Macbeth. The course includes contributions from 13 Shakespeare experts at King's and focuses on context, language, stagecraft and performance history. It includes videos, articles, polls, tasks and discussion questions and asks students to engage with our mentors, who will be on hand to respond to individual posts.We hope that students will not only gain a greater understanding of the plays themselves, but a deeper insight into how and why they came into being. We also hope that students appreciate that these plays are malleable and interpretation is often an individual response. This course has been designed with GCSE students in mind but it will also be of interest to A-level students and the general public.Registration is now open. 


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