Victoria Walker is an assistant headteacher and English teacher at St. Ursula’s Convent School in Greenwich. She is a Founding Trustee of the College of Teaching and has delivered CPD on Shakespeare’s histories and the Gothic for the Prince’s Teaching Institute. In this article, Victoria shares some ideas for how best to introduce Gothic literature to your students, at any key stage.

by Victoria Walker
12th December 2016

Gothic literature is one of my favourite things to teach: it’s exciting, it’s spooky, and it has had a pervasive impact on modern pop culture. As I write, The Vampire Diaries and Supernatural are into their eighth and twelfth seasons respectively,... read more

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