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Writers in Schools Skill Sharing Day
Sat 16 Jun 2012 to Sat 16 Jun 2012
This event is for any writers currently working in the primary or secondary education sector who wish to benefit from a sharing of skills and experiences in running creative writing activities with children and young people
The Skill Sharing Day will include sixteen facilitated workshops, each focusing on an aspect of the work of writers in schools. You will be able to attend up to four workshops and there will be plenty of time for informal discussion between sessions. The facilitators are experienced writers in schools and are giving their time for free in order to support the development of writers in schools work nationally.

The day will run from 10am - 4pm.

The introductory talk, at 10.30am, will be given by Sue Horner, author of 'Magic dust that lasts', the Arts Council report on sustaining the work of writers in schools.

Places are available to anyone working as a writer in schools, although anyone managing such work may also find the Skill Sharing Day useful.

The event is being organized as a partnership between NAWE, Writing West Midlands, Writing East Midlands and De Montfort University.

The full programme is now available here to download, together with a separate document with details of all individual sessions.

For directions to the venue, please use the following link:

http://www.dmu.ac.uk/about-dmu/how-to-find-us/how-to-find-us.aspx
Additional Information:
Location:
Clephan Building, De Montfort University, Oxford Street, Leicester LE1 5XY
Region(s):
East Midlands

Purchase Online from NAWE:

If you are a member login to get your NAWE discount

Non Member Price: £28.00

Contact Information:
Organisation:
NAWE
Contact Name:
Paul Munden
Contact Email:
paul@nawe.co.uk
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