Stories are archived by date of attendance (or submission) and grouped according to age:
By providing children and young people with Legos or modelling clay, we encourage them to imagine their own worlds – whether filled with magic carpets or flying robots.
To make learning fun and to encourage participants to tap into their creativity, we build emotionally significant links to the life of each writer.
Mature students are also benefiting from the simplicity of the story writing templates and report that the strategy helps them overcome writer's block and anxiety in their writing tasks.
The 'Help a Child Publish a Story' was initially funded by RBKC Arts in 2017-18. The Story Library is updated regularly every month. The project team continue delivering creative writing events and workshops at local libraries, schools and Canalside House since 2017. The aim of the Help a Child Publish a Story project was to develop an understanding of common elements within traditional stories and guide the participants to write their own stories.