AQA, OCR & EDEXCEL 2018
GCSE, AS & A Level English Literature
Delivered by Cambridge University Academics
- Dr Fred Parker, Fellow and Director of Studies in English at Clare College, Cambridge, will be leading various programmes.
- Dr Cal Revely-Calder of the University of Cambridge has won awards for literary and art criticism from The Guardian, and is a regular contributor to literary publications including the London Review of Books.
- Dr Claire Wilkinson is an English Faculty member at the University of Cambridge.
- Dr Josie O'Donoghue is a Junior Research Fellow at Clare College, Cambridge.
- Dr Brendan Gillott teaches at the University of Cambridge.
Cambridge University Union Debating Chamber
All poems will be covered along with the unseen aspect of your paper. Our academics will consider all your Assessment Objectives.
9th November: AQA - Love and Relationships
12th November: AQA - Power and Conflict
13th November: OCR - Love and Relationships
19th November: OCR - Conflict
22nd November: Edexcel - Relationships
23rd November: Edexcel – Conflict
A Level Poetry and Shakespeare
Our academics will consider all your Assessment Objectives.
26th November: Edexcel - Poems of the Decade (All poems and the unseen aspect of the paper will be covered)
30th November: All boards - Othello
All conferences will run 11am - 3pm.
All speakers will take questions from your students
Tea, coffee and cake will be available for your teachers at the venue as soon as you arrive!
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- a risk assessment
- directions to cafes if you choose not to bring packed lunches to the venue
- suggested routes to the venue from your school
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