Embracing difference through drama and creative writing

Rewrite fights prejudice and injustice by bringing together young people from different backgrounds through the power of drama and creative writing.

Winners of the Capital Community Foundation Award for outstanding work with young people and a Rising Star Award from the Global Fund for Children.


Latest news from Rewrite…

Creative ESOL Sharing, March 17th

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Creative ESOL Advanced Training

Canada Water Library
Saturday 14th March 2015, 9.30am to 4.30pm

Rewrite are pleased to announce an advanced level Creative ESOL training course, sharing their innovative practice on language learning through drama and the arts. The one-day course is suitable for anyone involved in language teaching, arts facilitation or supporting newly arrived communities (and is particularly relevant for EAL, ESOL and participatory arts practitioners). After the success of our recent foundation stage training days we are excited to be offering an advanced level course for individuals who already have some experience or knowledge of the Creative ESOL model.
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Annual Celebration Event 2014

On Tuesday 18th November 2014 we celebrated another fantastic year of Rewrite activities. The event was held at Lost Theatre, Stockwell and included performances and talks by Rewrite participants, rehearsed readings of the winning entries to our creative writing competition and plenty of food and drink! Have a look at some photos from the evening.

Creative ESOL Training

In Sept and Oct 2014 we delivered a series of foundation stage, one day training courses to share our innovative practice around language learning through drama and the arts. The courses were attended by language teachers and arts practitioners. If you are interested in future Creative ESOL training please contact us.

Creative ESOL Conference

On 29th March 2014 we delivered our first ever conference to disseminate the Creative ESOL model and share knowledge around participatory arts approaches to language learning for migrants and refugees.

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