“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.
To see a world in a grain of sand and KS3 National Poetry Day resources in an hour. English teachers rejoice: National Poetry Day 2020 is nigh! Continue reading National Poetry Day 2020 with Beyond
“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?
Beyond explores the recent news for GCSE English Literature 2021, taking an objective look at what’s best to drop from your lessons. Continue reading GCSE English Literature 2021: Facing Some Tough Choices
Beyond English introduces the latest installement in our revision guide series: the Romeo and Juliet Revision Guide for GCSE English. Continue reading The Ultimate GCSE Romeo and Juliet Revision Guide
Beyond provides a roundup of their most essential back to school essentials for GCSE and KS3, covering Maths, Science and English. Continue reading Back to School Essentials for GCSE and KS3
Beyond explores pathetic fallacy examples for GCSE English Litertature, taking a look at The Fall of the House of Usher by Edgar Allen Poe. Continue reading Pathetic Fallacy Examples for GCSE English
Beyond offers student-based GCSE revision using our very own blog platform that repurposes our secondary content for aspiring pupils. Continue reading GCSE Revision using the Beyond Blog