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March 2012
Learning
We hope you enjoy the March edition of the Learning e-newsletter.
Read on to find out more about upcoming workshops, conferences,
e-learning and exhibitions.
What's in this issue:

New Exhibition
CPD Conference
Dickens in Context
Primary Workshops
British Library Prints

WRITING BRITAIN: WASTELANDS TO WONDERLANDS
11 May until 25 September 2012

This summer the British Library will be celebrating some of the outstanding treasures of its English literature collections. Featuring a range of stunning items, some of which have never been seen before, Writing Britain will explore how writers from Chaucer and Shakespeare to Emily Bronte and Ted Hughes have been inspired by, and helped to shape, the nation's understanding of place.


BOOK NOW - Free workshops for Secondary students and CPD conferences for teachers.


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CPD CONFERENCE FOR TEACHERS 

Wider Reading and Reading for Pleasure: Developing Readers at KS2 and KS3


In partnership with United Kingdom Literacy Association (UKLA)
Tuesday 27 March 2012, 9:30 - 16:00

Explore ways to motivate, engage and foster both wider reading and reading for pleasure in the classroom.

 

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DICKENS IN CONTEXT

Celebrate Dickens' 200th birthday with a range of resources exploring the historical context behind his novels. View performances by Simon Callow, and discussions with Professor John Mullan, filmed in the Dickens Museum, alongside a range of British Library source material.


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BOOK NOW! PRIMARY WORKSHOPS

Looking for an inspiring school trip for your Key Stage 2 class?  From sacred texts to maps and from creative writing to research skills, we offer a fantastic programme of free workshops for Year 3, 4, 5 and 6 students. Book your visit now!



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BRITISH LIBRARY PRINTS

Striking framed and unframed prints, canvases, greetings cards and postcards of images from the British Library's archives are now available through our new website www.bl.uk/prints from £15.

Images available range from iconic manuscripts such as the Magna Carta to stunning landscape photographs by Fay Godwin.

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