After School and Weekend Writing Workshops

For Children aged 8-13yrs

Currently all our children’s courses are taking place via Zoom

To book or to find out more information email or see our Facebook page for course times and days.

Our fabulously fun and informative workshops are aimed at both children who simply love writing and for those who struggle with it at school.

Led by author Charlie Lea, each half term the children write a short story based on a particular theme or using a famous book as inspiration. As the sessions progress, Charlie breaks down the story writing process and the children learn not only how to seek inspiration and plan their stories but also see how amazing literary devices and plot types can help their writing.

As a writer himself, Charlie is full of top tips to give out to the children and, to help make the learning easy and entertaining, there are games to play and quizzes to take part in.

Feedback from our children’s creative writing workshops is highly positive with parents and carers noting changes in their child’s schoolwork as a direct consequence of their attendance at our sessions.

The workshops follow the Key Stages of the National Curriculum. Children are encouraged to share their inspiration, ideas and stories with other members of the workshop. Some of the children on our courses have been coming for over five years.

Courses Include: HTML Unordered List
  • Fairly Scary Tales
  • Climate Changers
  • Stories from 2050
  • Scary Stories
  • Murder Mystery
  • Toy Tales
  • A Christmas Carol
  • How the Grinch Stole Christmas

Online Courses For Children



Location: Online - live

Date: November 2021

Cost: £10 per session


Location: Online - recorded

Date: Available to download now

Cost: £20 per course

Download them now, watch at your own pace, and go through the course material again and again.

Look at who we have worked with
Wirral Council
Liverpool Learning Partnership
Hope for the Future
Liverpool Libraries
St Helens Libraries
Curious Minds
Warrington Livewire
Sefton Carers
Sefton Council
Wilfred Owen
West Kirby Arts Centre
Liverpool Cathedral