Attention all Year 10 and 11 parents.

Is your child doing the controlled assessment this 1/2 term for English Literature? Many of our students are doing theirs in the next week or so. It is worth 12.5% of the English Literature GCSE.

If your child is analysing Tybalt and the theme of hate in Romeo and Juliet, these videos by Mr Bruff are a must (on YouTube).

In this one that I have posted below, Romeo and Juliet are just married and Romeo must immediately face the consequences. Tybalt is hunting for Romeo. However Romeo, having secretly married into the family, wants to avoid a fight.

Fantastic GCSE support. Good luck everyone!