Communications

English Language

  • Writing: ghosts and the Supernatural
  • Non-fiction Writing: Our World
  • Writing: Dystopian Worlds
  • Non-fiction writing: The Weird and Wonderful
  • Writing: Gothic Inspirations
  • Non-fiction: The Animal Kingdom
  • Creative Writing
  • Exploring Creative Texts
  • Non-fiction Writing
  • Exploring Non-fiction texts
  • Creative Writing
  • Exploring Creative Texts
  • Non-fiction Writing
  • Exploring Non-fiction texts

English Literature

  • The 19th Century novel: A Christmas Carol
  • Reading Poetry: Nature
  • Reading: Modern Texts
  • Shakespeare’s ‘The Tempest’
  • Reading the 19th Century Novel: The Hound of the Baskervilles
  • Reading: Poetry of Other Cultures
  • Reading Modern Texts: Animal Farm
  • Shakespeare’s ‘Macbeth’
  • Reading the 19th Century Novel: Jekyll and Hyde
  • Poetry: Disturbed Voices
  • Reading Modern Texts: Lord of the Flies
  • Shakespeare’s ‘Romeo and Juliet’
  • Reading the 19th Century Novel: The Sign of Four
  • Power and Conflict Poetry
  • Exploring Modern Texts: An Inspector Calls
  • Shakespeare’s ‘Romeo and Juliet’
  • Reading the 19th Century Novel: The Sign of Four
  • Power and Conflict Poetry
  • Exploring Modern Texts: An Inspector Calls
  • Shakespeare’s ‘Romeo and Juliet’

GCSE Media

  • Media Language and Representation
  • Media Audiences and Industries
  • Studying the Film Industry
  • Studying Print Advertising
  • The TV Industry
  • Media Theory and Pysychology
  • Media Set Products

Please contact Mr Adam Usher to find out more information on the Communications curriculum.