Emma Stroud, English coordinator, Harris Academy South Norwood, responds to last month’s article by her colleague Alan Marshall-Hick.
Katie Ray, English teacher, Prospect School, describes their use of a particular poem to create excitement about English and an experience of success.
Applying research evidence through co-planning gives teachers the best chance of delivering great lessons, writes Eliza O’Driscoll, effective teaching and research lead, Bay House School and Sixth Form.
Andrea Reece, National Poetry Day Manager at Forward Arts Foundation, describes some of the poets, events and resources available to schools.
Jennifer Webb, Head of English at Appleton Academy, highlights 27 of the very best English classroom resources.
Jennifer Webb, Head of English at Appleton Academy, reflects on techniques that help both her and her students overcome dyslexia.
Join Mark Roberts for his third piece on how to help students effectively compare texts. This time – comparing literature texts in an exam.
In his second piece of a series focusing on comparing texts at GCSE, Mark Roberts explores how to help students effectively plan their comparisons.
Mark Roberts, Head of English at Tavistock College, shares 7 tips to help students better link together different texts.
The English department at SSAT member school West Lakes Academy reflect on a journey that has led to them winning a prestigious National Teaching Award.