Kate Clanchy with the students from Oxford Spires Academy
Kate Clanchy with the students from Oxford Spires Academy

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England: Poems from a School

When Kate Clanchy started a poetry club at a disadvantaged school, she had no idea the result would be an anthology of heartbreaking, beautiful poems by children from immigrant and refugee backgrounds. In this podcast, the students recite their poetry while Kate tells us the story behind the book

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Poems read, in order of appearance:
 
I Have Divided My Heart, - Mohamed Assaf
To Make A Homeland - Amineh Abou Kerech
Iman Dari - Maah-Noor Ali
I Want A Poem - Shukria Rezaei
This Is Not A Tram - Anton Chrapovikij
Ghazal: Wings - Halema Malak
My Poem Is A Jackfruit - Emee Begum
Bridge - Aisha Borja
The Cowley Road - Asima Qayyum
The Doves of Damascus - Ftoun Abou Kerech
Of Colour - Mukahang Limbu
Jasmine - Jasmine Burgess
Parallel - Vivien Urban
My Poem - Tarzina Khatun
 
Kate Clanchy with the students from Oxford Spires Academy
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