KS3 & GCSE Anthologies
Who We Are for KS3 & Through Our Eyes for KS4
Weave more representative and inclusive contemporary texts and writers into your curriculum with these anthologies compiled by an expert panel of writers and teachers.
Fully editable, downloadable and photocopiable so you can teach flexibly and share across the department.
Enable all students to see themselves in, or find a point of connection with, the texts they are reading from the start of secondary school!
Choose from a diverse range of poetry, fiction extracts and non-fiction, including speeches and spoken sources to inspire students and help develop their writing skills.
Feel confident to deliver rewarding and engaging lessons using the teaching guidance, context notes, language support and ready-made activities.
Creating an LGBTQ+ inclusive curriculum
Headteacher Lindsay Skinner and Polari-Prize winning poet John McCullough explore teaching LGBTQ+ inclusive texts to students.Catch up now
Why is representation essential to a progressive English curriculum?
Join Djamila Boothman, Joanne Benjamin-Lewis and Jo Heathcote for an engaging discussion.Catch up now
Nasima Bee in conversation with Ali Al-Jamri
Get inspired to teach more inclusive poetry at KS3 with this free webinar to discuss Nasima's powerful poem 'Nasima' and explore how to approach this with your students.Catch up now
'One of the most concerted efforts to widen the curriculum and to truly reflect the diversity in our society.'
Jamila Gavin, author of Coram Boy
Meet the contributors
Find out more about the amazing team we worked with on these anthologies.Read more