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.
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Rewrite are bringing together our talented young people, our phenomenal freelance artists, our amazing board members and volunteers and our generous supporters to share the hard work of our young people and celebrate another brilliant year. Continue reading →
Jack is undertaking an MA in Multilingualism, Linguistics and Education at Goldsmiths and has been volunteering on our core Free Writers project and our EYFS Creative ESOL project at Henry Fawcett Primary School where he works. The support he has given our children and young people this term is invaluable and we can’t thank him enough. As one final request we asked him to reflect on his experiences on the projects… Continue reading →
With rising numbers of new arrivals and increasing cuts to support for young people with English as an Additional Language, there has never been a greater need for our Creative ESOL projects in the community and in schools. Continue reading →
If you missed our event at Southwark Playhouse on Sunday, you can see React and Freewriters across London on Saturday: Continue reading →
Refugee Week is a UK-wide programme of arts, cultural and educational events and activities that celebrates the contribution of refugees to the UK and promotes better understanding of why people seek sanctuary. Continue reading →
Our theme this term at Creative ESOL was fairy tales and immersive theatre. We went on a group trip to see Philip Pullman’s Grimm Tales at the Oxo Tower and have been developing a performance piece inspired by what we saw. Continue reading →
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). Continue reading →