Tick a job off your to-do list with this comprehensive KS3 English Curriculum Map, resourcing every Key Stage 3 lesson from the beginning of Year Seven, to the end of Year Nine. Continue reading Sorting the September Stress: Beyond’s KS3 English Curriculum Map
In this blog, we run you through a list of things Secondary teachers should avoid during the summer holidays. Continue reading 5 Things Not to Do During the Holidays
Got some unread books on your shelf? Here are 5 good reasons to get reading them over the summer. Continue reading Five Reasons Teachers Should Take Time out with a Book
Detention: Punishment for Staff and Students Alike? The seconds tick interminably by. The clockface on the classroom wall seems to smirk, “Keep looking at me and I’ll go slower still.” Someone begins tapping on their desk. The atmosphere in the … Continue reading There’s Something Wrong With Detentions
Ignoring the fact that most of us follow the academic calendar more closely than the Gregorian one, we have a New Year’s challenge for you, ourselves and your students…how many titles on the GCSE reading list have you devoured? A quick Internet search on January 1st revealed a plethora of different reading challenges, including one with a “foolproof plan on how to read 300 books in 365 days”. Unless that plan incorporates a) jacking in work or b) students’ exercise books (in which case, what a doddle!), then 300 books looks like a pipedream to us. The average English teacher … Continue reading GCSE Reading List: How Many Have You Read?
It’s vital that you understand what you’re being asked to do in Language Paper 1 Question 4. Read on for ideas, hints and tips on how you might approach it. Continue reading GCSE AQA English Language Paper 1 Question 4 Revision
Read through our stage-by-stage guidance for paper 1, picking up hints and tips along the way. Continue reading Revision Ideas for AQA English Language Paper 1