Lucy Freeland

Lucy Freeland has worked as an English teacher at Lancing College since 2015. Having completed a BA in English Literature and Language as an exhibitioner at St Hilda’s College, University of Oxford, she went on to gain an MPhil in Nineteenth-Century Literature at Fitzwilliam College, University of Cambridge, before embarking on a PGCE.

An Introduction to Teaching Wilfred Owen

Wilfred Owen has always been one of my favourite writers to teach, because his poetry is like a stripped nerve – alive, electric, painful, and full of power. Getting students to engage with this material can be the key to … Continue reading

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