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Losing the Love of My Life

I guess what bothers me the most is knowing that I will die with nobody batting an eye. Perhaps that sounds selfish- but the idea of dying alone has made me a regular customer at this bar. 10 more words


10BX/ 10BY and 9A Spellings - due Wednesday 27th September

The spellings this week all relate to Stave One of A Christmas Carol or the context.  Ensure that you learn the spelling but also are clear on the meaning.   16 more words


It's show time!

If you are going on Miss Scott’s trip to see Dickens’s ‘A Christmas Carol’ this December, then you may wish to take a little look at the official website… 9 more words

A Christmas Carol

Charles Dickens art print

Art prints of various sizes , T shirts, pillows and mugs with this image can be purchased on johndyessart.com 65 more words


Life, Death and the Victorians (Public lecture, 20th September)

The Victorian period was a time of great scientific progress. But science of the time sometimes turned itself to investigating distasteful or strange subjects, like live animal experiments or whether ghosts really did exist. 652 more words

Literary Events

Mrs Halls - 9E - Quotations

‘Dead as a doornail’

‘Solitary as an oyster’

‘No warmth could warm’

‘The cold within him froze his old features’

‘Nipped his pointed nose’

‘Hard and sharp as flint’


Mrs Bradbury - 10A and 9C - Quotations HW

  • Scrooge was his sole executor, his sole administrator, his sole assign, his sole residuary legatee, his sole friend, and sole mourner.
  • Self contained and as solitary as an oyster…
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