Creative Arts Showcase and Launch of Haringey Unchained Creative Magazine

We are very excited to invite you to the launch show of ‘Haringey Unchained‘, the creative magazine  and blog that resulted from the intense collaboration of English students (and staff) at Middlesex University and Haringey Sixth Form College.

 

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When? Thursday 5th July,  6.30 – 8.00 pm

Where? Haringey Sixth Form College theatre, N17 8HR

Featuring dance performances from Duke’s Aldridge Academy and Gladesmore School Y8 -11

This will be a celebration of London’s creative talent; Middlesex and Haringey students will read out their work and dancers from the WeMove Dance Leadership project will provide interpretative dances of the magazine’s prose and poetry pieces.

 

An additional opportunity to hear readings from Haringey Unchained is:

Haringey Sixth Form Art Show, Private View
When? Friday 6th July, 4pm -6pm

Where? Alexandra Palace, Transmitter Hall, N22 7AY

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We hope to see you at these exciting arts productions and enjoy and creative and thoughtful work of young people in North London.

 

‘Haringey Unchained’ hot off the press

We had our final editorial meeting on May 3rd, 2018 for this year’s issue of Haringey Unchained. We finalised the flat plan, decided on the amazing cover design, and are really excited about the upcoming publication.

To visit the updated blog, where all submissions have been posted in full, go to: www.haringeyunchained.com  

The magazine will be launched in a series of events in late June, culminating in the official launch at July 5th, 2018 at Haringey Sixth Form Centre. We will announce more details soon.Haringey Unchained LogoThis is the part of the introductory section of the magazine:

Haringey Unchained is a collective of students aiming to showcase the creative talent of Haringey Sixth Form College in Tottenham, London. Our community has had a challenging academic year, but amidst the setbacks, our students and staff have continued to produce art and creative writing that shows a want to be heard. In this magazine, we aim to bring out the critical and creative consciousness of a vibrant college. This creative gives space to those whose work might otherwise not be seen or read.

Since the cuffs are off, we are able to express ourselves through our photography, art, short fiction and poetry, to express what is really on our minds. We are free.

This year, we were privileged to work alongside Middlesex University in London, whose editorial team brought together an exciting range of submissions. We had editorial meetings together during which the students collaborated on the concepts for the magazine and blog.

Submissions were produced by Haringey Unchained’s current members, Haringey Unchained alumni, Middlesex University English and Creative Writing students and Haringey Sixth Form College students and staff.

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The Haringey Unchained Editorial Team comprises ten Haringey College students and is headed by Angie Smith, English Teacher at Haringey Sixth Form Centre and Founder of Haringey Unchained. It also includes five Middlesex members (for 2017-18); our four Middlesex BA English students: Yvonne Alexander-Taylor, Majeda Reema Begum, Sarah Haque, Teodora Matković and myself (Anna Charalambidou).

 

 

1st Haringey Unchained – Middlesex Meeting

unchained_05We were really excited to welcome at Middlesex the twelve enthusiastic and motivated Haringey Sixth Form College students, with their inspirational teacher, Angie Smith.

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Doing some creative writing critique

Four of our BA English students will work with the Haringey students to edit a literary magazine, ‘Haringey Unchained’: a platform for high-quality original creative work in various forms: prose, poetry, illustration and photography.

In addition to the magazine, a larger collection of submissions can be found online at https://haringeyunchained.wordpress.com/.

So, if you are into writing, illustration, photography and would like your work to be considered for the ‘Haringey Unchained’ magazine and blog and reach a wide audience, please contact our four Middlesex students coordinating the project for more information:

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Our first Middlesex – Haringey group photo

 

Last date to register for free teachers conference

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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.

Integrating English Conference 2016

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We are very excited about our forthcoming (FREE!) Integrating English conference for English teachers which be taking place at Middlesex University on the 11th of November. It will be immediately followed on the 12th by the NATE (National Association for the Teaching of English) post-16 conference which we are also hosting at Middlesex.

This will be our fourth annual Integrating English conference. It will be a one-day event with a mix of talks and interactive workshops, led by HE academics and teachers, designed to offer support for teachers and provide new tools and techniques for studying English.

These events have been very successful with teachers in the past and we have received very positive feedback on previous events. You can see some feedback from last year’s conference in Oxford on the Integrating English events page 

You can find more information on this year’s conference, and a booking form, at the Integrating English Conference 2016 page

Meanwhile, here are some of our speakers:

(Andrea Macrae, Marcello Giovanelli, Billy Clark, Nigel McLoughlin, Marina Lambrou)

We are very grateful for support from our sponsors which makes it possible to offer this event for free:

Middlesex University School of Media and Performing Arts

Poetics and Linguistics Association

Cambridge University Press

Cambridge University Press have kindly donated copies of their A/AS Level English Language and Literature for AQA Student Book (Cambridge University Press, 2015) for us to offer to early bookers (just two or three left at time of writing)

If you’re an English teacher, fill in the booking form on the Integrating English Conference 2016 page and come along.

If you know any English teachers, spread the word!

We’re looking forward to  another fun and productive day exploring ideas for teaching English