We have now included Creative Writing Workshops during term-time! Our Term-time creative programmes runs on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesday, Thursdays and Saturdays for ages 6 to 13. Workshops will take place in Sheung Wan and Kowloon Tong.
We are also taking registration for our Summer Creative Writing Programme. For all registrations made June 3rd onwards, we will donate HK$100 to Bring Me a Book HK! To find out more about their wonderful cause, click here: http://www.bringmeabook.org.hk/
Our Summer Programmes run either in the morning from 10.00am to 12.30pm or the afternoon 2.00pm to 4.30pm. Our Summer Workshops are for ages 3 through to 14 (different age groups are available at different times) and take place at our studio in Sheung Wan.
How To Register
Please click below for our brochure and schedule. To reserve your child’s place, please click here and enter your details and information.
Our writers learn to express their ideas and emotions and to use their inspiration to develop successful writing skills. All sessions look at different aspect of creative writing including, metaphors, similes, dialogue, poetry, character description, format, vocabulary, descriptive techniques and dramatic effects to list but a few.
Our writing programmes offer:
A fantastic and challenging experience to explore the wonderful world of writing
A supportive learning environment with positive feedback
An opportunity for children to grow as writers and to learn new skills and consolidate on existing abilities
Multinational and multicultural groups and staff members
Qualified teachers who are experienced and successful writers
Limited class size (maximum 8 students) with excellent staff to member ratio
Workshops tailored to the individual needs and creativity of the students
A different theme to explore each week
Classes divided according to level and age with each week offering a different theme
For an example of our Creative Writing classes, please click below.
Content of each lesson is tailored to the needs and ability of the class and the below is for reference only.