Articles for Tag

British literature

Shakespeare… in emojis!

26/06/2019 by Victoria Heward
To text or not to text… that is the question. In the past people wrote letters to communicate with each other, now we can say everything we want with...

Cheese... it’s #nationalselfieday!

19/06/2019 by Victoria Heward
National Selfie Day first started on 21st June 2014 to encourage people to take creative selfies. To take part, just post your best selfie with the hashtag...

How do you spell your name, Mr Shakespeare?

08/04/2019 by Victoria Heward
William Shakespeare is usually considered the father of English literature. Students study his work in schools all around the world and his plays are rarely...

Culture: Jane Eyre – The ultimate love story

19/02/2019 by Victoria Heward
Jane Eyre is the story of an orphan who, after a strict education, is sent to work as a governess at Thornton Hall, home of Edward Rochester. Jane’s...

History: St Valentine’s Day

12/02/2019 by Victoria Heward
The celebration of St Valentine’s Day on 14th February originates in a mixture of ancient fertility rites, pagan myths and Christian traditions. There...

Spotlight on... The romantic Brontё Sisters

04/02/2019 by Victoria Heward
“He’s more myself than I am. Whatever our souls are made of, his and mine are the same.” from Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë   Some...