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As part of their Romeo and Juliet project, students from the London Nautical School learned and presented dramatic monologues. This is Barnaby performing the eternal "But soft..."
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Arising after their veiwing and analysis of the film "Hotel Rwanda" these Year 9 Students debated the issue of whether the UN was right to withdraw from Rwanda during the 1993 Genocide. Find out more on the class webs...
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Remi Ojumu presents the results of his longitudinal theme study on the topic of "Overcoming Adversity". Find out more about this Theme Study programme by visiting his class' site at http://waugh11.www.edutronic.net/ca...
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These students are participating in a film-making programme established by the Cinémathèque Française in Paris called ‘Le Cinéma, cent ans de jeunesse’ (Cinema, 100 years young). These excerpts are samples of the "Fil...
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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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The London Nautical School Film Club Final Film Essai, which they presented at the Cinematheque Francaise in Paris as part of their "Cinema, 100 Years Young" (Le Cinéma, cent ans de jeunesse) programme.
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The students of a London Nautical School Year 7 English class spent much of the year working independenty on their "Reading Passports". This is a film of excerpts from the presentations they devised based on thoughts ...
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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.