£80.00

Analysis skills develop significantly from KS3 to KS4. This workshop develops inference skills, understanding of textual construction, the impact of contextual factors, and uses modelling and scaffolding to help students improve their analytical writing. August 16th 10am-3pm

Summer Revision Sessions

Y9-Y10 Creative Writing Summer Session

£80.00

Creative Writing is a key component of GCSE English Language. This workshop will look at developing both descriptive and narrative skills and structures, developing unusual narrative voices and writing from a viewpoint. August 19th 10am-3pm

Summer Revision Sessions

Y9-Y10 Introduction to C19th Lit

£80.00

Arguably one of the trickiest aspects of the current GCSE specification, this 1 day workshop will cover the 19th century and it's literature. Students will explore the time period, it's effect on writing. authors and beliefs of the time - all of which they'll be able to apply to their school's chosen GCSE text. August 12th 10am-3pm

Summer Revision Sessions

Y9-Y10 Introduction to Modern Texts

£80.00

Undoubtedly the 20th and 21st centuries were periods of exceptional change across the planet. This workshop will explore the cultural and societal changes that took place and their effect on literature of the time. Combined with technical focus and writing support, this workshop will help students to develop their knowledge and apply it confidently to their GCSEs. August 14th 10am-3pm

Summer Revision Sessions

Y9-Y10 Introduction to Poetry 1800-Now

£80.00

The current GCSE anthologies feature some exceptional poems and this 1 day workshop will help students unlock their brilliance. We will focus on poetic form and structure; contextual factors, artistic movements and their effect on the poems and most importantly, ways to apply ideas and knowledge into a piece of analytical writing. August 15th 10am-3pm

Summer Revision Sessions

Y9-Y10 Introduction to Shakespeare

£80.00

Shakespeare can be deemed to be difficult for students everywhere but this workshop aims to demystify the Bard's works. Students will cover: play types and their contexts; the role of society and their beliefs; Shakespeare's language and how to decode it, and Greek theory. This workshop will solidfy students' knowledge and help them develop confidence going into their GCSEs. August 13th 10am-3pm