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Shakespeare's Twelfth Night

'Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them.'

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At the end of the spring term Mrs Baranska's Year 9 English class have finished reading Twelfth Night, Shakespeare's famous comedy of false disguises, mistaken identities and love triangles.

Students have collaborated in groups to create displays focusing on the character of Malvolio and how he is presented to the audience throughout the play. They have produced fantastic work, which is now exhibited on the walls of our English classroom. 

 

Nihan Barańska

Teacher of English and Theory of Knowledge