Sign of the Four chapters by loom!
If you need re cap or missed any chapters in class, you can hear them all being read to you here and with annotations. There is also the audiobook version on the GCSE playlist tab if you just want to hear the story again.
The Grammar Police Entrance Exam is here!
Score 10/10 on your first attempt, and you’ll be receiving 10 house points, as well as our undying respect!
You’ve got until Friday 11th February to enter.
The December 2021 issue of Sapere Aude is here!
Have a read below!
The Lutterworth College Spelling Bee
If you’d like to take part in the Lutterworth College Spelling Bee, click on this link to register.
We’ll be in touch after Friday 12th November with more details!
Protected: Paper 1 WTM resource booklet
10 poetry anthology looms
Sign of the Four looms
Year 10 into year 11 reminders
Hi all, hope you are enjoying the summer break. Just a couple of reminders of things to have sorted before we return in the autumn:
1. Have you read the whole of The Sign of the Four and annotated it? Click the GCSE playlist tab to go to an audio version of the book. You can also access Mrs Whitehill’s looms if you look on this main page.
2. Have you read and annotated all 15 poems in the anthology? If not, again head over to the blog main page where you can access the links for 10 looms for 10 of the poems. MR Bruff on you tube has all 15 too.
3. Have you been reading some non-fiction this holiday? Maybe things on the Olympics? Maybe reviews of films of games? Maybe blogs on your favourite social media influencer? Aim for 10-15 mins every couple of days.
4. Have you started to follow us on Instagram atenglishlc? Lots of great things gets shared on here to get you thinking and support you in your studies.
Enjoy the rest of your holidays and see you in 4 weeks!
Head of English
Spoken language year 10 2021
You will be introduced to your spoken language assessment in English in the coming lessons. Use this ppt to give you guidance on how to get ready for it. The video contains example speeches and their mark. You need to decide on a topic which inspires you and something you can talk about passionately. Good luck.