Glamorous Grammar

Jill Carter dispels the popular myth that grammar is boring and explains why she thinks it should be revered by teachers and students alike.      In the years I have spent around teaching, one of the main subject-related complaints of English teachers is SPaG.  The main complaints seem to be: ‘I wasn’t taught grammar […]

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Pathways through English

Welcome back! To get 2018 off to the best start and help you discover our comprehensive support for English Language and English Literature across all key stages, we’ve created this interactive guide. Click on the information icon to find out more about the specific resources.

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Sources of new ideas for teaching

The new app Be My Eyes in just one day after launching, had over 10,000 users. I’m always really interested, as I’m sure you are, in medical advances and new technology that transforms lives. On both sides of my family people have suffered with very serious problems with eyesight and this app sounds amazing. We […]

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A Level reform

I ended my last post by asking for any readers to get in touch with any views they would like to express on A Level reform. Please feel free to comment and as promised, I will add your thoughts to my summary to go to ALL – thank you in advance. Having read through the […]

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