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Writing in Education - Vol. 60 - Outside the Classroom

In this issue:

Aliens Have Feelings Too!
Najma Hussein describes a project on which she worked as poet and photographer with pupils in Bedford.
A Little Off Plan
Steve Dearden and Danny Broderick put forward the particular values of their Writing Squad set up in 2001.
I’d rather have a signal than air
Becky Swain writes about Arvon’s “(M)Other Tongues” residential writing weeks with bilingual and multilingual young people.
In Place of the Explorers
Elisabeth Charis explains her move away from teaching in order to work on creative projects with young people outside of the curriculum.
No Blood on the Walls
Garrie Fletcher describes his own ground rules for working with groups of young writers.
Poetry Rules
Ashley Lister considers the development of the Dead Good Poets group in the North West.
The Cathedra 900 Project
Kathryn White reports on her writing workshops in Exeter Cathedral with Year 6 pupils.
The God of Data
Rob Barratt gives a humourous “Lesson from the Book of Dataronomy”.
The Margins Write Back
Una McCormack provides an overview of fanfiction, highlighting the benefits for young writers.
The Ministry of Stories
Duncan Kilty extols the virtues of the Ministry of Stories.
The Volunteer-led Reading and Writing Project
Roxanne Matthews reflects on the challenges and rewards of this new scheme run in libraries by Writers’ Centre Norwich.
Why I Do What I Do
Lisa J Oliver offers her personal rationale for working with home-educated students, with examples of her approach.
Why Write On! Writing Squads Matter
Josephine Brady and Carol Aubrey investigate the impact of the West Midland squads.

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