EMC activities to help you celebrate National Poetry Day on 4th October Find out more
A Level Language Students! Take part in a Unique Research Project, led by Lancaster University! Find out more
Brilliant reads for secondary level students Find out more
EMC's research project into group work in English Find out more
A project to create an animated poetry video – collaboratively. Find out more
Celebrate National Poetry Day 2018 on 4th October with EMC's activities using poems on The Poetry Station
EMC was delighted to write the summaries for the titles featured in Walker Books’ secondary catalogue. There are some brilliant reads here for all secondary level students.
Help researchers at the Centre for Corpus Approaches to Social Science, Lancaster University compiling a 100-million-word dataset of written language.
What a wonderful day of unguided writing!
A self-funded project set up in 2015 by EMC, to investigate group work in English – what it has to offer, what makes it successful (or less so), what it’s good for (and conversely what it isn’t good for).
Enjoy the results of EMC's collaboration with poet Cat Brogan and the students of Eastbury Community School: Making Sense of Me.
An introduction to EMC's ITE offer for English and Media.
An opportunity for advanced level students (16-18 years) to have their creativity and technical expertise recognised, with winning and shortlisted entries being shown at the Screening and Award Ceremony, BFI Southbank.
EMC's intergenerational speaking and listening project.
The project website shares the achievements of each of the pilot projects and provides a toolkit so that any school can run their own From Age to Age project.
A TDA-funded CPD project run by EMC on ‘Struggling Boy Writers’. The project report provides fascinating accounts of six teachers’ work with twelve boys and their ways of going about work with struggling writers.
A joint report by Middlesex, Nottingham and Oxford Brookes Universities, this report investigates the relationship between English ‘lang-lit’ at A level & university.