Reading Time: 6 minutes In a series of posts I’m going to explore the way our curriculum currently works including the rationales behind it. … More Sequencing the curriculum: Shakespeare
Reading Time: 7 minutes At the beginning of the play, “Hands” is a word used to refer to Macbeth’s brutal – but legitimate – killing of the Thane of Cawdor who “‘ne’er shook hands” (1.1), symbolic of his lack of gentlemanly behaviour and loyalty in participating in rebellion – a theme of ‘hands’ throughout the play.
Reading Time: 3 minutes I’d love to see what other peoples’ thoughts are on the below…I’m sure we’ve all had that thought ‘if I … More A radical opportunity (or, if I were EdSec…)
Reading Time: 3 minutes The rhythms of a school year really matter. This year, they’ve totally disappeared – for me, right now, being on … More The rhythms of a school year matter
Reading Time: 5 minutes Sometimes my students probably think I’m either a sadistic, a bit loopy, or both. I LOVE this question from the … More Developing context in the pre-1900 question – Rossetti and A Doll’s House
Reading Time: 3 minutes Been thinking about a few different strategies for A-Level recently, but one lesson I think is really valuable in prepping revision … More Manageable revision – Rossetti and A Doll’s House