Tag Archives: Poetry

National Poetry Day – today

Today is National Poetry Day, and the culmination of my week of choosing and posting a daily poem. Among the many online and real-time event [...]

Poetry picks, day 7

During the week before National Poetry Day, I am aiming to post a poem (or two) each day.  The ambition is to select works which have broad [...]

Poetry picks, day 6

Curriculum Centre staff – including the original creator of this blog – have long and deep links, both familial and professional [...]

Poetry picks, day 5

In the run-up to National Poetry Day on October 1st, I am sharing some poems that I hope will have wide appeal.  Today’s poems are by [...]

Poetry picks, day 4

  Today’s poem is another choice from Happy poems chosen by Roger McGough, an edited collection whose merits were extolled in yes [...]

Poetry picks, day 3

  In the run-up to National Poetry Day (October 1st), each day I am posting a poem that I hope will have wide appeal. Let’s have [...]

Poetry picks, day 2

National Poetry Day this year is on Thursday 1st  October.  In this week before, I am aiming to post a poem a day, by a contemporary poet, [...]

National Poetry Day

There’s one week to go until National Poetry Day, Thursday 1st October 2020.  Over the next week, I am hoping to flag up some useful [...]

Poetry Live! and poetry resources online

Poetry Live!, an event which is aimed at GCSE English students, is taking place at Brighton Dome tomorrow (22nd November 2019) with performa [...]

Creative writing & poetry competitions

If you are looking for competitions to inspire your students to do some creative writing or poetry, here are two options which are currently [...]

National Poetry Day – 3rd October 2019

Are you ready for National Poetry Day next week? It’s the 25th anniversary this year and the theme is Truth. On the National Poetry Day w [...]

Poetry and truth

Everything All at Once by Steven Camden (AKA PolarBear) was announced as the winner of the annual poetry award yesterday at the National The [...]
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