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English Department News

Macbeth LIVE

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Back in February a group of Year 9 and 10 students had the opportunity to see the iconic Shakespeare play 'Macbeth' live on stage at the Broadway Theatre.

MacbethWatching the play live was exceedingly useful, particularly as a Year 10 student who is studying Macbeth for GCSE.  It is certainly a play that I will not forget anytime soon.  Prior to watching the play, I was relatively sceptical as Macbeth is considered a confusing piece of text to read, I wondered how the play would be brought to life in a way that was comprehensible for the audience.

I was pleasantly surprised! The actors brought such vigour and personality to their performances that I had no trouble piecing the storyline together. The stage was simplistically small but effective, creating a sense of intimacy between the actors and the audience.

Personally, my favourite character was Lady Macbeth, and I must say that the actress playing her did exceptionally well.  I felt the manipulation; I felt the vulnerability and the deviousness. Everything about her character mirrored the way Shakespeare wrote her.

Overall, Macbeth was a fantastic experience.  Students and teachers alike were engaged by the talent of the performers, and it was definitely spoken about long after it finished. We were grateful to have been given this opportunity.

Lauryn - Year 10


Hip Hop Literacy

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Breis2Students from Ms Reid’s English class along with students from Rushey Green Primary School have been taking part in Hip Hop Literacy workshops over the last 6 weeks.

During workshop sessions, students split up into groups and were encouraged to come up with a few inspirational lines of a rap about being at school and about aiming high.  The groups then got together and incorporated the group work into one long rap.


BBC School News Report 2013

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Conisborough College and the Budget

DSC07020Students worked up to the last minute to stay abreast of current affairs for the 2013 BBC School News Report.

The team, made up of Year 8 and 9 students, interviewed local diplomats and a representative of the Office of Budget Responsibility.


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