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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 Lon...
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Produced by a group of students from the London Nautical school who are participating in a film-making programme established by the Cinémathèque Française in Paris called ‘Le Cinéma, cent ans de jeunesse’ (Cinema, 100...
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Here are a selection of our attempts to achieve Soliloquy an Poetry by Heart from Something Wicked This Way Comes...Yonas Soliloquy from Joel North on Vimeo.Richard Soliloquy A from Joel North on Vimeo....
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Advice to students who are working on their Romeo and Juliet project on how to prepare for their essay on fate.
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Students from the London Nautical School Year 8 English programme debated the use of mobile phones in the classroom - here is a preview of debate one.
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Bruke Light Brigade from Joel North on Vimeo.Haxhi - flag from Joel North on Vimeo.
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As part of his class’ Romeo and Juliet Project, Elliott made this filmed interpretation of a scene from Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.Have a look at other students’ interpretations
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Jack flag from Joel North on Vimeo.Ian flag from Joel North on Vimeo.Morgan flag (1st) from Joel North on Vimeo.Sky right word (1st) from Joel North on Vimeo.Bruke charge (2nd) from Joel North on ...
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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...
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Ibby unlocked the Soliloquy Badge with this piece as part of his Romeo and Juliet project