Our Junior Shakespeares meet at The Write Space – Dundalk:
Class Times –
3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Ages 7 – 12 years
*Group bookings of 10 children can be accommodated at other times.
Our EASTER CAMP went like this:
“I thought this Easter Camp 2017 was supercalafragalisticexpialadocsos. I just couldn’t describe it, that’s how good it was. I hope to be back for the summer one as well!” Lucy (9)
“I love Junior Shakepeares here at The Write Space. It teaches you vocabulary and Brenda helps you whenever you need it. The Easter Camp was great. We listened to music, played word games and wrote. The three hours always fly by!” Rachel (10)
“I thought that I could be a writer and a famous one. So I chose The Write Space. I love the Shakespeare Camp and I loved writing. I LOVE THE WRITE SPACE.” James (7)
“This Camp is what inspires me to keep writing when I give up hope. I love The Write Space as I now it will be good for me.” Neeka (12)
“Fridays are the best days ever!” Conor (8)
“It was great fun! I loved writing about rabbit Thumper Yates and what inspired Shakespeare.” Eilis (11)
“I felt like I could do anything and whatever I wrote, I was always supported.” Theo (11)
“I loved The Shakespeare Camp! I really thought that I was the only one who admired writing, but now I know I am not the only one. I LOVE THE WRITE SPACE.” Chigobo (9)
“I really enjoyed the Camp! The week ran quickly because of all the fun I had. Thank you for the week Brenda.” Stephanie (12)
To be or not to be! This Class gets your child writing their best stories and also bounces off some ideas from Shakespeare himself! Get moving using the power of the written word of English. Fun games, verbalisation skills, deadlines!
Language development, memory retention, hand-eye co-ordination, and cognitive development are all catered for!
Iambic Pentameter was never like this – Da Dum – Da Dum!
Be the best Bard EVER!
Children learn so much with the following and more 🙂
- Plotting – good and bad stories.
- Characters – making them and moving them.
- Beginnings, Middles and Ends.
- Baddies and Goodies and why they need each other.
- Dialogue – let’s talk and act at the same time.
- Vowels, sounds and lots of other noises we can write.
- Conjunctions and confusions over grammar – solved.
- Skilful story writing without confusion.
- Smells like … Write a smell and make us feel it.
- Ordinary world and into the extraordinary.
- Making a portal we are proud of.
- Magic mentors and why you’ll need them.
- Twists and turns and surprises inbetween.
To Be Or Not To Be? 🙂
Children: 7-12 years of age – Class Size 12 students