Date Posted: 20th September 2017
This course is for teachers of Key Stages two and three. As expressed by OFSTED and shown in the National Literacy Trust’s research, reading for pleasure is an important aspect of literacy and can impact on attainment in other areas too.
Award winning science fiction writer Gareth L Powell is offering to become your creative writing mentor
Date Posted: 14th September 2017
Gareth L Powell, award winning science fiction novelist and short story writer, is offering you the chance to retain him as a personal creative writing mentor.
Date Posted: 13th September 2017
This September, Creative Youth Network have partnered with Bristol Comic & Zine fair to bring you workshops with professional illustrators and zine creators. Design your own zine to sell at this year’s fair taking place at The Station on 7th October.
Date Posted: 5th September 2017
This week, we’ve discovered Kneehigh Productions’ reading app Walk With Me which is designed to tell stories in a new way.
Date Posted: 4th September 2017
As part of her programme of activities for this year’s Writing Places project in partnership with the National Trust, Greenway writer-in-residence Roselle Angwin will be delivering a novel writing course at Greenway House over three sessions this Autumn
Date Posted: 25th August 2017
Check out this course run by our friends at Arvon Totleigh Barton – great if you’re looking to take the next step with your poetry.
Date Posted: 24th August 2017
Here at Literature Works we love libraries and so, when we came across Arts Council England’s podcast series exploring the role of libraries in our modern lives, we just knew we had to let you know about them!
Date Posted: 7th August 2017
The Words That Burn project will support teachers and secondary students to explore human rights and express themselves through poetry.
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