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Published: Fri 24th November 2023
The story of how one 7-year-old used the power of words to express his feelings about his stammer, which led to him becoming a published author.
By Emma Morton | Author, Family, Guest Blog, Interview, Parents, Poetry
Published: Fri 15th September 2023
A list of resources and tips to help teachers find new ways to teach poetry to their students.
By Young Writers Admin | Poetry, Recommended Reads, Teachers, Top Tips
Published: Fri 23rd June 2023
Rapper and performer Mixy talks about his introduction to writing and the ways he found to express himself
By Mixy | Guest Blog, Poetry
Published: Fri 5th May 2023
Author of 'Glitter Boy', Ian Eagleton explains his relationship with poetry and how it's changed throughout his life!
By Ian Eagleton | Guest Blog, Poetry
Published: Tue 21st March 2023
Musician, poet, writer and educator, Christian Foley talks to us about his new book 'The Oddsocktopus'!
By Christian Foley | Author, Guest Blog, Poetry, Q&A
Published: Fri 17th February 2023
In this blog, we will explore the benefits of using emotions and tone in poetry and provide tips on how teachers can effectively incorporate this into their lesson plans.
By Ross | Poetry, Teachers, Top Tips, Writing Tips
Published: Tue 10th January 2023
Take a look at one of our poetry competitions - The Big Green Poetry Machine - to see examples of how eco-poetry can cross the curriculum!
By Ross | Poetry, Teachers, Top Tips
Published: Wed 8th June 2022
Celebrating all creative writing styles up to 1,000 words...
Open to ages 4-18, a fun and creative competition for all young writers to showcase their best piece of work!
By Young Writers Admin | Competitions, Kids, Poetry
Published: Sun 1st May 2022
The world around us... what do you love, or dislike? Share with us your thoughts on nature, wildlife, pollution, climate change...
By Lynsey | Activities, Competitions, Environment, Family, Kids, Parents, Poetry
Published: Wed 2nd February 2022
Mollie has written up her experiences with the Empowered competition and how she inspired her class to take on the challenge extracurricular.
By Mollie Hogg | Guest Blog, Poetry, Teachers, Alumni