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Two thirds of the Top 100 schools in the United Kingdom are subscribers to Edusites. We are celebrating our ten-year anniversary of providing high quality resources to English departments in the UK and across the world. A yearly subscription of £95.94 enables a whole English department to access all our online GCSE English Language and Literature resources. Individual subscriptions give a single teacher access for just £5.99 on a rolling monthly subscription. Our prices include VAT.

 

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Edusites English commissions writers, teachers and advisors paid for their expertise to create our weekly Friday Takeaway; a new resource dropped into your inbox. Edusites English offers a series of outstanding schemes of work and assessment packs for the new specifications for GCSE (9-1) English Language and English Literature. See our New GCSE Schemes & Assessment Packs for further information. Our Assessment Packs, which include trial papers, mark schemes and support notes, have been developed by experienced English assessors with extensive awarding body experience. They have been thoroughly reviewed and edited after feedback from independent scrutineers to ensure they are both authentic and accurate. Our new GCSE English resources contain: detailed online GCSE English lesson plans for the new specs; a lesson-by-lesson focus on GCSE English assessment objectives; close links to the AOs throughout the schemes; skills-based learning objectives to ensure progress can be shown; a wide range of activities to increase engagement and attainment for all learners; opportunities for assessment including mock papers, marking guidelines and indicative content.

 

The Royal British Legion World War One “Thank You? Creative Competition

 

 

Here at Edusites we feel incredibly lucky to be sharing and promoting this competition to all our schools on behalf of The Royal British Legion. With there being only a few weeks left of term, what better time than to get your students involved in a thought provoking competition that should engage and challenge all abilities. The Royal British Legion in partnership with Never Such Innocence would like to invite young people all over the world to share a message of Remembrance and hope, by saying “Thank You? to the First World War generation. Entries inspired by the Thank You campaign could feature in the Legion’s famous events, including the Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall.

 

www.rbl.org.uk/ThankYou-comp

 

You will find all the downloadable/printable files you need on our competition page here