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British literature

Frankenstein

21/08/2019 by Victoria Heward
“The beginning is always today.” Mary Shelley   People don’t always realise that Frankenstein is not the name of a monster but the mad scientist...

Read, it’s #bookloversday!

26/07/2019 by Victoria Heward
“I do believe something very magical can happen when you read a good book.” J.K. Rowling   We read books for many different reasons: to find information,...

Emily Brontë’s birthday

25/07/2019 by Victoria Heward
“Whatever our souls are made of, his and mine are the same.” Wuthering Heights   Emily Brontë is often grouped together with her famous...

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...