Welcome to your English online page. Choose your year and look at the lessons available to you. Further learning can be found on the BBC Bitesize page.
For all year groups: while you are away from school we would encourage you to read as much as possible, whatever you enjoy: books, comics, magazines, graphic novels, newspaper articles, online articles
KS3: If you are in year 7, 8 or 9 please look at the home learning booklet and complete 3 tasks each week
KS3 find a story to listen to: Zero G and Cirque du Freak are good! stories.audible.com/start-listen
New work packs are being sent out on the 23/4/20. These projects are for the next two weeks.
KS4:  10BR work through the home learning booklet on power and conflict poetry
          Additionally, you could research facts about any of the poems or the poets
10NH: create an idea for a board game or game for X box or PlayStation.  Design your game and your packaging. Draw an advert for your game and write a letter to a large shop asking them to stock your game- you will need to explain who the target audience is and why it is so good. 
KS4 find a story to listen to: you might like Out of Time or Zero G! stories.audible.com/start-listen
Culture in Quarantine: Shakespeare

Updated 12/5/20

We have adapted the content from several of our secondary school programmes to make them free for young people aged 13+. Our most engaging literacy resources and activities are now available on Zone In: https://literacytrust.org.uk/zone-in/

Your students aged 13 and over can access weekly challenges, exclusive celebrity videos, free audiobooks, and more. Brand new activities are added every week, with a wide range of topics from breakdancing to stand-up comedy to CV writing

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