As part of his Macbeth Project, Tobias unlocked his Soliloquy badge by learning and presenting this speech by Lady Macbeth.

Alistair introduces the nation to the London Nautical School as part of the BBC School Report

Ramone presents his satirical “Advice to Teachers” which is part of his Year 9 Grammar for Writing, Satire project

As part of their Year 7 Drama programme, these students devised interpretations of scenes from Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s Rime of the Ancient Mariner

As part of their Year 7 Drama programme, these students devised interpretations of scenes from Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s Rime of the Ancient Mariner

You’re invited to this year’s Department of English and Drama Town Meeting. This meeting is part of our mission to open every level of the department to participation from our students and you, their families. The London Nautical Department of English and Drama has some significant plans for the coming year, and we invite you to participate in making the key decisions that will underpin these changes.

The London Nautical School Film Club concentrated on the art of the long take this year and after 9 months of study, practice and development, created this short film ‘essai’, demonstrating what they’d learned. Let us know what you think.

The London Nautical School band performs their own composition for the first time at the Royal Festival Hall Open Mic event in March 2014.

LNS Choir singing “Pinball Wizard” at the Royal Festival Hall, March 2014

Students from the London Nautical School Choir perform a song from the musical “The Book of Mormon” at the Royal Festival Hall in March 2014.

A Year 7 class present recitals and lectures arising from their study of The Rime of the Ancient Mariner by Samuel Taylor Coleridge – see the full project here

Students were given the task of devising a modern-day version of a Greek tragedy in which the hero falls from a position of greatness as a result of a tragic flaw such as greed, jealousy, ambition…

Students were given the task of devising a modern-day version of a Greek tragedy in which the hero falls from a position of greatness as a result of a tragic flaw such as greed, jealousy, ambition…

As part of their Year 11 GCSE project exploring Shakespeare and the Literary Heritage, Mr Waugh’s class created, in conjunction with the Royal Shakespeare Company, The CLC and the British Film Institute, a short film based on an extract from the play Titus Andronicus. You can look at the lesson sequence on the Year 11 Class Site.

This is a teacher presentation exploring advanced strategies for embedding quotations into analytical writing – concentrating on character analysis in the novella Of Mice and Men. You can access the full lesson sequence.

Advice to students who are working on their Romeo and Juliet project on how to prepare for their essay on fate.

Alfie presented the findings of his Theme Investigation into the nature of success to a select group of students and parents.

Mark presented the findings of his Theme Investigation into the human soul to a select group of students and parents.

As part of their Romeo and Juliet Project, these students re-enacted a scene from the play in a more, let’s say, contemporary, context.

A presentation to our German partners on how technology has transformed our work in English at the London Nautical School

This video contains my advice to students completing their GCSE Assessment after a Spoken Language Studythat investigated the movement of features of spoken language that have moved into text and instant messaging communication.

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