Virtual Creative Writing Workshops
Virtual Creative Writing Workshops for Children
We know you are finding it difficult having visitors into school at the moment but we also know that you are still looking for ways to keep the children inspired and motivated. So that's why we are taking our creative writing workshops virtual.
Workshops can be based on our stories or can be general creative writing workshops covering specific aspects of writing. Our stories cover topics from the history and geography curriculums.
With all our workshops you will receive:
A resource pack with 6 lessons based on one of our stories from our multi award winning range;
Also you can raise funds as you will receive £1 for each book that we sell which you can use off any or our resources or the cost of the workshop.
We know that you want children to enjoy writing because children who do are 7 times more likely to write above their expected age!
We also understand getting children to write independently and write for pleasure is a big challenge but children love meeting real authors as it inspires them to want to write. As authors we understand the creative process of writing so we can back up all of the things you've been telling them - probably too many times, so let us help you spark their imaginations and let's get them writing for pleasure.
Who are we?
We are the scribbling sisters Tonya Meers and Natasha Dennis, award winning authors of a range of stories about Pojo, a little dog with itchy paws who goes on adventures whilst teaching children about curriculum topics.
What does it cost?
£125 per session. Sessions last between 1hr and 1.5 hours.
What the kids have said about our workshops?
“I liked Pojo and I liked doing my story map, it really help me write my story.” Ryan Year 2
“My favourite bit of the day was doing the story maker. I liked telling my story and the storymaker helped me to put my story together.” Payton Year 2
“I really liked doing my plan it really helped me to write my story and I’ll use the plan again.” Erin Year 2
Children from Foxhills Primary School.
“It was the children’s reactions to the whole concept that made my day. It helped with literacy, creativity, storytelling, concentration and fine motor skills and it was engaging and fun for everyone.”
Eifron Watkinson, Asst Head of Addington Special School.
“That was the most fantastic lesson I have ever had!” Child aged 8 at Shalborne School