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Roald Dahl Day

A super website centred around Roald Dahl's books and his wonderful characters. There are ideas also to get creative yourself.

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5-11 year olds
Limericks

Four illustrated limericks by Edward Lear.

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7-11 year olds
Grid Club

Grid Club is for children 7 - 11 years of age. It provides educational Flash games on many subjects including English, maths and science.

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7-11 year olds
Clickteaching

Clickteaching, a subscription site, offers a range of resources including worksheets and activity ideas for primary school teachers. All National Curriculum subject areas are covered. Teachers are invited to send in contributions.

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5-11 year olds
The Highwayman Interactive Study Resource

The classic poem by Alfred Noyes is featured here. The first part of the poem has the parts of speech such as alliteration, similes, personification and metaphors indicated.

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7-14 year olds
Macbeth At a Glance

A study guide of Macbeth. It includes character analysis, basic themes and essays and project ideas.

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14-16 year olds
The Young Journalist Academy

The Young Journalist Academy is a subscription programme designed to encourage young people to engage with news and current affairs by creating their own School Newsroom and media literacy projects.

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Tablet friendly

11-16 year olds
Teachit.co.uk

Quality resources including lesson plans and schemes of work for English teachers of 11 - 18 age range. There are free resources, but the site offers a subscription service.

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11-18 year olds
Henry V

A teaching unit of three or four lessons designed to help students develop an overview of the play and analyses of Shakespeare's dramatic and poetic techniques.

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14-16 year olds
Consider the Lillies

This site focuses on the skills you need to be able to interpret a novel. It uses Iain Crichton Smith's 'Consider the Lillies' as an example, but the techniques can be applied to other novels. Applicable to Higher Still English courses in Scotland.

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16-18 year olds
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