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Poetry LIVE

We love the power of words, so we’ve got a whole range of enjoyable and engaging Poetry workshops – for pupils of all ages to enjoy. Our workshops include in-person sessions, as well as live streamed workshops beamed straight into your classroom – and resource packages which allow you to host your own whole-school poetry day.

Longer workshops will also see pupils gaining experience in presentation skills as we support them in exploring the most effective ways to deliver their poems vocally. We can also provide a Poetry assembly to kick-start your poetry day in school! Our poetry workshops are available throughout the school year – and can be adapted to suit any theme or text, connecting literacy right across the curriculum.

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Organisation:

As Creatives

Contact name:

Jo Stokes

Contact email:

Phone:

0151 708 8886

Type of offer:

Digital/online activity or resource Visit into school Young people’s opportunity to make, create, compose, or perform

Key Stage:

EY - 5

Cost:

£395.00 for a full day

Session length:

Half or Full day options

Nature of activity or art form:

Literature & reading

Subject or curriculum focus:

English

Outcomes for children & young people:

Improved mental health and well-being Raised aspirations Raised attainment Social skills

Notes

What People Say:

“Each class thoroughly enjoyed the poetry workshops and enjoyed taking an active role in order to create their ideas. Using drama to create an orchestra of sounds for our soundscape poems was fantastic to see and I know that we plan to use this strategy with the children again! Thank you for inspiring the children, so they could create such wonderful ideas!” (Windsor CP School)

 

“Thank you so much – it was lovely to work with you. The children all had a wonderful day. According to one of mine it was the BEST day EVER!” Braywood CE First School (Virtual Poetry workshops)