Now that the new school year is well underway, I’d like to offer every school in the UK one of my brand new themed author visits…
…for ONE THIRD OFF the standard price – saving you £150!
Each year, I visit dozens and dozens of primary and secondary schools to teach creative writing and inspire a love of reading for pleasure – especially for boys, and those pupils who struggle and fall behind with their literacy. This year, my plans are bigger than ever before!
I have prepared FOUR UNIQUE DAYS for you to choose from:
• Tales of Terror (write scary stories certain to make you shake!)
• Comic Capers (create hilarious comic strips and graphic tales!)
• Doctor Who Day (devise time traveling adventures for the Doctor!)
• Pantomania! (pen silly pantomime scripts for your friends to act out!)
To find out more about these incredible visits – simply click on the image or link below to download my new, FREE author events ebook:
Each day is packed with three unique creative writing workshops, a fantastic author talk and a book signing. Plus – I leave you with a specially written author pack, telling you how to follow up on my visit in class and make the most of my workshops.
That’s information you can use again and again, year after year!
But that’s not all…
I’ve found a way to make sure that EVERY SINGLE PUPIL takes part in my creative writing sessions! No more choosing which classes get to work with me.
And, is if that’s not enough…
This year, the cost of my school visits has had to rise to £450 per day – BUT, if you book a day in THIS SCHOOL TERM (for before the Christmas holidays 2014), I will give you ONE THIRD – £150 – off that price.
That’s just £300 for the day, plus expenses – £80 less than the cost of a visit this time last year! The price must rise again for events in 2015.
So, hurry and download a copy of my FREE author events ebook, here:
…and see how I could give your school a day your pupils will never forget!
“What a fantastic day! We thoroughly enjoyed our first author visit. The children would have quite happily interrogated Tommy for the whole morning as they are loving his books and had lots of questions. But Tommy kept the day moving and the children were enthusiastic and engaged throughout. I would highly recommend a visit from Tommy, the children are still talking about it and have produced some great work as a result.”
Claire Hitchen, Barmby on the Marsh Primary School