With last Sunday commemorating the birth and dead of Shakespeare, we’re featuring a guest post from our intern Sarah Howden, who offers advice on how to make Shakespeare stick.
Lonely, laughable, fitful, inauspicious. What do these words have in common? For one thing, all might describe the perils of GCSE revision. But they are also all Shakespearian coinages.
We've teamed up with national charity Coram Voice to create an interactive anthology of writing by children in care. The app, Creative Voices, was officially launched at Coram Voice’s Voices 17 awards ceremony on Monday 10 April, held at the Foundling Museum in London and hosted by Doctor Who star Peter Capaldi.
This week we're featuring a guest post from Sarah, who's been working with us for the past two weeks. Hear what she has to say about her experience with us...
Written by headteacher and best-selling writer Ali Dakin, our ever-popular series of resources for spelling, punctuation and grammar have now been updated to reflect changing requirements and school practices.