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Official Twitter page for the Bodmin College English Department. We deliver English Language and English Literature across KS3, KS4 (GCSE), and KS5 (A Level).
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Bodmin English Apr 16
Week 2 of the holidays can only mean one thing: session 2 of revision for English Lit Paper 2 tomorrow. Join us in Harleigh from 9am until 12.
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Bodmin English Apr 10
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MrCrawford Apr 8
Just leaving this here.
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Bodmin English Apr 9
English Lit Paper 1 revision for Years 10 and 11 TOMORROW in the E rooms from 9am until 12pm. Come along for workshops on Macbeth, Romeo and Juliet, and Jekyll and Hyde. 📚
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Jo Jenkin Mar 20
Delighted at how well our Year 11 students are using their feedback from mocks to inform targets. Each student gets a sheet for Lang and Lit produced from spreadsheets I’ve created which pick up from the PLC and tracker spreadsheets filled in by teachers.
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Bodmin English Mar 13
A very magical looking group of muggles pictured here for last week’s . You really can never have too many Potter themed costumes!
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Bodmin English Mar 11
Today’s picture from last week’s activities is taken from the talk to Yr 8 students by Cornwall Birds of Prey, who brought some lovely birds and gave students chance to consider famous birds in literature as well as making some links to Darwin’s scientific ideas.
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Bodmin English Mar 10
Big thanks to storytellers who entertained students with their lively and imaginative stories for . Here they are during one performance in the school library.
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Bodmin English Mar 9
Mr Fuller surprised us all with his this year. He came not only as Jaws but the sea and the girl in the water too! 😱
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Bodmin English Mar 8
Here's the English department (plus Miss Pavey!) from yesterday. We thought this might cheer you up to finish your week!
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Mr Bruff Mar 7
To celebrate World Book Day I'm giving away 50 paperback copies of 'Mr Bruff's Guide to Much Ado About Nothing' to one teacher / school. Just RT this tweet to enter. Draw on Monday 11th March. The book contains the complete text, line by line translation & detailed analysis.
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Bodmin English Mar 7
It’s been such a busy day, we haven’t had time yet to get all our World Book Day pictures for you to see! Watch this space!
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World Book Day UK 📚 Feb 28
With just seven days (eek!) to go until World Book Day, which one of our £1 books will YOU choose?
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Bodmin English Feb 25
Well done Year 11 for an impeccable start to mock week with your conduct during the English Language Paper 1 exam this morning. Keep up the good work!
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Bodmin English Feb 21
Throwback Thursday to last year. These fantastic book cover doors were seen in English corridors. You can expect a repeat of this (and staff costumes!) again this year!
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Mr Bruff Feb 19
16 videos featuring real 100% full marks exam answers:
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Bodmin English Feb 19
Another good place to find walkthroughs for each English Language question is on YouTube from a teacher called Mrs Whelan. Here’s a link to Lang P1 Q2 to get you started. GCSE English Language Paper 1 Q2- How to get a grade 5 (2017 paper)
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Bodmin English Feb 18
Half term is here and that’s a great opportunity to start some mock revision. has a lot of videos to support all questions on all papers, starting with ‘The Greatest Showman': AQA English Lang Paper 1 Revisio...
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Bodmin English Feb 17
Year 12/13 linguists - is this a bit of convergence happening here?
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Bodmin English Feb 16
Mrs Lamb and Miss Jenkin met legend of Linguistics and Literature, David Crystal, this week at the PiXL English conference in London. They were both very excited and enjoyed his speech about original pronunciation in Shakespeare very much.
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