GCSE English Students get Creative

GCSE English Students get Creative

GCSE English students have been reading and analysing the Lord of the Flies Novel by William Golding for their exam, and were asked to make posters and comic strips to show an area of conflict in the novel.  The aim was to help them revise for their last controlled assessment which will be taking place in the upcoming weeks.

The work produced was extremely creative and detailed, and show a diverse variety which highlights how they interpret conflict in the novel and express their own creativity.  Jessica Holloway, English lecturer, is ‘very proud of their efforts, progress and attitude to succeed in English Language GCSE.’

Take a look at some of their work below!

 

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