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Romeo and Juliet in Dewsbury

3 March 2012

Key Stage 3 English students at our Dewsbury learning centre were praised for their exceptional hard work last month.

The students mastered the characters in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet and were able to give a descriptive account and interpretation of the play. The essays and texts produced by the group received outstanding marks by the tutor, Ms Leone, who wanted to acknowledge the group’s efforts and achievements.

Well done to Aaisha Nasir, Aayza Afzal, Aman Mujaid, Ayesha Ali, Haydar Khan, Nazma Ali, Rosina Jamil, Saif Tariq, Umaiyal Hussain and Zahra Hussain for their superb effort. Keep up the good work.

3 thoughts on “Romeo and Juliet in Dewsbury”

  1. Reading about Shakespeare brought back some good old memories. A master at work.

  2. Leanne Jones

    Great to see kids mastering the work of William Shakespeare. Can anyone attend these classes or do you have an age limit? I have some adult friends who are in need of some English language coaching to help improve their skills.

    1. EducateFirst

      Hi Leanne,

      Thanks for your post. Our classes are specifically for children aged 5–16 years. We offer support in core subjects Maths, English and Science to help students improve their understanding and knowledge of these subjects.

      All students must register before they are able to attend. For more details, please visit our main website: http://www.educatefirst.co.uk

      We are able to support adults wishing to improve their English language skills for whatever reason – this is done through one-to-one home tutoring. Further details can be found on our website.

      Thanks,

      Al.

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