The History Boys Study Guide for GCSE

The History Boys is an immensely enjoyable play to watch, read and teach – fast-moving, highly amusing, and ever so slightly anarchic. It is a pelt of a performance, which accelerates at such a pace it is hard to squeeze in pauses for the laughter. With this guide, your students will have an ideal opportunity … Continue reading The History Boys Study Guide for GCSE

A Doll’s House A Level English Literature Activity Pack

Set text for: AQA B A Level OCR A Level A Doll’s House poses important questions about gender stereotypes, archetypes, destiny, responsibilities and duty. Written before the term ‘feminism’ was coined, it was as engaging and challenging for the 1879 audience as it is for audiences today! This invaluable activity pack provides a variety of … Continue reading A Doll’s House A Level English Literature Activity Pack

The History Boys Activity Pack for GCSE

Set text for: AQA | Eduqas | WJEC Unearth the significance of the literary and cultural allusions and clever interchanges in Bennett’s witty and intelligently written play, with a variety of stimulating, ready-to-use activities covering all aspects of the text. Carefully considered structure develops understanding: Build a foundation for learning and get students interested with … Continue reading The History Boys Activity Pack for GCSE

KS3 English Starters and Plenaries: Year 9

Great ways to start and end a KS3 English lesson! Inject pace into your English lessons with these packs of pick-up-and-teach starter and plenary activities. Easy to use and specifically designed for the KS3 English national curriculum, covering reading, writing, grammar and spoken language skills. Effortless Delivery! Write-on, flexible, in-class activities, complete with detailed teacher's … Continue reading KS3 English Starters and Plenaries: Year 9

King Lear: Contexts, Themes and Questions

Advanced Learner Pack for AS / A Level While based on a semi-historical king, King Lear stands apart from Shakespeare’s history plays as a unique tragedy laced with betrayal, ambition, misrule and family and political conflict. An engagement with its fascinating context also highlights its relevance to modern times. Inspire your students to explore both … Continue reading King Lear: Contexts, Themes and Questions