Friends, Romans, Countrymen, Shakespeare Week (18 – 24 March) is here again, and we are celebrating by reveling in the titles below….! Shakespeare Week is an annual nationwide celebration established to introduce primary aged pupils to the brilliance of Shakespeare. The festivities are coordinated by the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, who provide lots of resources for Teachers… Read More Shakespeare Week 2019
(Shakespeare Week logo courtesy of the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust) This year’s Shakespeare Week runs from the 12th- 18th March, an annual nationwide celebration established to introduce primary aged pupils to the brilliance of Shakespeare. As ever, the festivities are coordinated by the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, who provide ample resources for Teachers and other educators who’re… Read More Friday Reads Special: Shakespeare Week 2018
Tomorrow, 23rd April, sees the 400th anniversary of the death of the world’s greatest playwright, William Shakespeare. Producing 37 plays and 154 sonnets in his lifetime, the literary influence his work has had is vast, with retellings, reinterpretations and reimagining’s cropping up all the time, often in unexpected places (did you know Disney’s The Lion… Read More Shakespeare Re-Written
As the second week of the holidays comes to an end, our project boxes have been collected by the courier and will be making their way into Norfolk schools next week. The phones have been quiet but we’ve been busy, and we hope your pupils are pleased with the books we’ve selected for their use… Read More The Great Carnegie Friday Read has begun…!
(Shakespeare Week logo courtesy of the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust) 14th-20th March is Shakespeare Week, a nationwide celebration designed to introduce Primary age pupils to the Bard and his prolific literary output. The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust is coordinating the festivities, overseeing events across the country and providing great online resources for Teachers and anyone else interested in… Read More Theme Thursday: Shakespeare Week