Famous poets and famous poetry.

Learn About Famous Poets And Poetry

Some forms of writing are simply magical, nothing can compare to how deep and meaningful they are, how they elevate our senses and grab our focus and attention. Are you wondering what type of literature does that to us the most?  If you guessed poetry, then you are right. Poetry is one of the most […]

22 January 2021 ∙ 8 minutes to read

A notepad and fountain pen. There are various ways to improve your poetry writing skills.

How To Write Poetry

The exercise of writing Poetry is difficult, mesmerising, challenging, and rewarding, all at once. So it’s no wonder that many are drawn to the world of poetry and would like to learn more about it. Poetry can be a wonderful creative outlet, as it allows writers to express themselves in a less conventional way than […]

29 August 2018 ∙ 7 minutes to read

An abstract park. Nursery books for kids can encourage children to use their imagination

Poetry For Kids

Having strong English skills is a crucial part of your child’s development. Although, understandably, a lot of focus is given to English language learning during a child’s early years, there are certain aspects of the English Fcurriculum that can often go overlooked. One of those areas is the realm of poetry and prose. Whether it’s […]

16 August 2018 ∙ 6 minutes to read

Poetry offers up so many choices

Different Types of Poetry

There are so many different types of poetry that it can sometimes be hard to remember them all. But don’t worry we’re here to help! We’ll take you through the basics from Shakespeare to Milton, to Homer to feminist slam poetry, you’ll learn it all. We’ll start with the fun quirky limerick. A limerick is […]

6 August 2018 ∙ 8 minutes to read

Do you want to learn how to write poetry?

Poetry is a beautiful form of literature that uses rhythmic forms of language to evoke meaning beyond the mean prose. Discover the wonderful world of poetry with our dedicated blogs written by our poetry tutors.

Whether you are taking poetry exams at school, trying to develop your literary skills or just have an interest in the subject, you’ll find the right poetry teacher here.

See here terms you might need when analysing poetry.

Our Guide To Poetry Analysis

Studying Shakespeare and want to know what iambic pentameter actually means in terms of a Shakespearean sonnet? Or writing poetry and need to work out how to write a poem with figures of speech, irony, and emotion? From poetry by Edgar Allan Poe and William Wordsworth to Sylvia Plath and Ezra Pound, here you will […]

30 July 2018 ∙ 7 minutes to read