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MaxLiteracy Sharing Workshop & East Area Group Meeting - Kettle's Yard

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Friday 20 April, 2 – 5pm 
Kettle’s Yard

Set sail for literacy inspiration

Join us to discover the stories behind ‘Making Conversations’ – a creative writing project with the Grove Primary School, Kettle’s Yard and writer Claire Collison and supported by MaxLiteracy in          2014.

Writer Hannah Jane Walker will introduce engaging and fun activities to ‘fill your inspiration tank’ inspired artworks at Kettle’s Yard. Hear about the impact on pupils creative writing, their confidence and their families and find out why YOU should apply to be part of this amazing programme in 2018.

Schedule
2pm: Arrival, registration and refreshments
2.10: Welcome & housekeeping
2.15: Making Conversations - an introduction by teacher Helen Harwood from the Grove Primary School and Karen Thomas, Kettle's Yard Community Officer
2.45: Fun and practical activities with writer Hannah Jane Walker in Kettle's Yard House and Gallery
4.05: Refreshments
4.25: Reflection on activities and questions
4.45: Introduction to MaxLiteracy 2018
5.00: Networking

Please email imogen@kettlesyard.cam.ac.uk to book your place.

Posted on 11 April 2018

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