Before you jump into your stretchy PJs remember Easter break still calls for preparation. It’s time to sort out our post-Easter resources so we can actually unwind and enjoy some rest this festive holiday. Continue reading Post-Easter Resources for a Successful Return to the Classroom
“Whatever goes upon two legs is an enemy.” Beyond English walks you through their latest venture: the Animal Farm Revision Guide! Continue reading The Ultimate GCSE Animal Farm Revision Guide
With the cancellation of the 2021 GCSE exams confirmed many schools are opting to replace them with mock exams. Exam revision is just as important as it was in former years. So why not add blurting revision to your teacher tool box? Continue reading Blurting Revision: The Technique that Actually Works
Now that we know the shape that the GCSE exams 2021 are going to take, Beyond is here to offer assistance to Secondary teachers! Here we make some suggestions of how you can use Beyond resources to aid the situation. Continue reading GCSE Exams 2021: Finding the Headspace to Offer Students Your Best
As we step hesitantly towards our return to the chalkface, our thoughts naturally turn towards behaviour management in Secondary schools! Join Sarah from Beyond as she explores top-tips for behaviour management in a post-lockdown world. Continue reading Behaviour Management in Secondary Schools for a Post-Lockdown World
The Beyond English Team makes the case for including Anita and Me into the GCSE English text pantheon. Try something new with Beyond… Continue reading Making a Case for Anita and Me in GCSE English
“Big Brother is Watching You.” The Beyond English Team explores why the time’s ripe for teaching Orwell’s 1984 in GCSE English lessons. Continue reading Teaching 1984 by George Orwell: Here’s Why Now’s the Time
In light of the recent news of the January exams 2021 cancellation, Beyond offers their support through a range of resources. Continue reading January Exams 2021
It’s been easy to feel snowed under this term with teaching combined with masks, bubbles, open windows, social distancing, litres and litres of alcohol gel (if only it was drinkable…) and pupils randomly in and out of school. But at … Continue reading Staggered? Don’t Be.
“Who ever loved, that loved not at first sight?” Beyond English makes the case for binning the Bard from the GCSE English syllabus 2021. Continue reading GCSE English Syllabus 2021: Time to Bar the Bard?