Learning Creative Writing

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The course was very intensive so we did need to work hard, but it was worth it in the end.Without this course I'm not sure I would have known where to start or what to do when" "We used a Private Tutor to prepare for the 11 Plus, and they recommended that we use the full 40 part vocabulary course as part of the process rather than vocabulary books.

Never be afraid to express how you feel or what is rolling around in your head.

Writing a poem or a story can be helpful not just for your writing in general, but help you release whatever you need to through words.

Some kids (and adults) in school lack imagination, so don't be afraid to ask for help from someone and be creative! Make sure you keep a pen or pencil and a notebook or sheet of paper.

In the world of technology, you can just type it on your phone or laptop.

The advice we received about being committed ourselves was exactly right.

We set a time to do the work and broadly managed to achieve it.

Most families don’t know how to help their children in this area.

Just writing story after story won’t help much, children need real guidance.

He certainly was writing better stories by the end of this course." Beatrice- Kent "There's a small element of writing in the Essex test and as we had the time we embarked on this course during the summer before the exam.

Our daughter likes writing and was quite good at it, but by the end she herself said she thought she was much better.

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