We are absolutely delighted to be the 2017-18 University partner of the Haringey Unchained. Haringey Unchained is a collective of students aiming to showcase the creative talent of Haringey Sixth Form Centre in Tottenham, London.
This collective publishes a volume of creative writing every year. Below is their 2017 collection, in collaboration with the University of Warwick.
The collection is a great read and was launched on June 22nd, at the final show of the Haringey Unchained and We Move Creative Arts Festival. Poetry readings were combined with dance performances inspired by the poems in the collection. Industry experts in the audience enjoyed the show as much as we did.
To find more about the work of Haringey Unchained check their website: https://haringeyunchained.wordpress.com/
We are really looking forward to working with students and staff at Haringey Sixth Form College. Our Middlesex students at BA English will work with and mentor Haringey students in editing volume 3 of Haringey Unchained.
All submissions welcome!
Our free conference for English teachers (mentioned in our previous post) is just under three weeks away. The last date to register is next Monday, 31st October.
This will be a really fun and useful event. Teachers always respond positively to the opportunity to step outside the classroom to exchange ideas, to hear about current research, and to consider how to apply some of these ideas in class. Some of the sessions will focus on developing specific resources and activities for class.
This year, the conference takes place the day before the NATE (National Association for the Teaching of English) post-16 conference, New Directions in Post-16 English, which is also being hosted at Middlesex.
If you can spare two days, why not come to both? If you’re already coming to one, maybe you could take an extra day to attend the other event.
You can find out more and book for the Integrating English conference here:
Fourth Integrating English Conference for Teachers
and for New Directions in Post-16 English here:
New Directions in Post-16 English
There is also a blog for the Post-16 conference here:
Post-16 conference blog
Hope some more teachers out there can join us.
Contact me if you have any questions about this.