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Teaching Writing: Reflections from a Head of Faculty

Leila is an English Literature graduate with no real experience in teaching writing, or, indeed, writing creatively herself. She started her teaching career with little knowledge or understanding of how to help pupils write well. In my experience, most English teachers are those who have studied English (be it linguistics or literature), rather than thoseContinue reading “Teaching Writing: Reflections from a Head of Faculty”

The Power of Simplicity: Supporting Reluctant Writers at Key Stage 4

It is the first week in December, and as I stand at the front of my classroom I can feel the rainwater in my shoes: it is a bleak day to do duty, and I realise I am still absent-mindedly carrying the bottles that I have confiscated on the yard. My Year 10 class observeContinue reading “The Power of Simplicity: Supporting Reluctant Writers at Key Stage 4”

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