Rewrite deliver core and bespoke projects within primary, secondary and further education settings on a regular basis. We also offer free taster sessions for students in Southwark who may be interested in joining one of our core groups.
“The project built the confidence of my students to the point where they trusted themselves to create some really accomplished and powerful pieces of writing. The girls gained a real pride in their own work.”
Head of Drama, Harris Girls Academy East Dulwich
We also deliver training for teachers and arts practitioners to share our innovative models of practice.
“I’m coming away with so many ideas that I want to try out in the classroom. I feel inspired to experiment with tools I’ve learnt. The day has re-energised me and challenged me to make my teaching more creative and more participatory. I think it was a great safe space to take risks and I’m coming away with the confidence to try new things with my students”
Participant, Creative ESOL Training
Watch the British Council Seminar slides to get a flavour of our training in the Creative ESOL methodology.
If you are interested in a Rewrite programme for your students, training opportunities for staff or want to refer young people to one of our core projects please contact Emily at [email protected] or on 07575 743103.
Our Creative ESOL Resource Book is designed for teachers and practitioners involved in language teaching or arts facilitation with young people and adults. It acts as an introduction to Rewrite’s innovative practice around language learning through drama and the arts and accompanies our Creative ESOL training courses. The book includes:
- The organising principles behind the Creative ESOL model
- How to plan and deliver a Creative ESOL session
- How to plan and deliver a Creative ESOL course
- A ‘toolbox’ of activities to teach language through drama, play and the arts
Read a report on our Creative ESOL projects in Islington secondary schools, commissioned by the Islington School Improvement Service. Read the Creative ESOL report »
Read the Creative ESOL report »