In these strange times, I am offering virtual author visits until the world starts turning again. You will get a full dose of Mazness, with the added bonus of being able to turn down the volume!
All the digital resources are yours to keep forever and use as many times as you want at a time and class size to suit you.
Who Let the Gods Out? (KS2 creative writing exercise on perspective)
Story Stew (KS2 creative writing exercise on story planning)
Rosie Harker, Nosey Parker (KS1 imagination workshop)
Cost = £150
If you would like to book a virtual school visit, please send me a message via the contact page.
Creative writing is my passion and when I’m not writing my own work, I love nothing more than inspiring imagination in other people. I have travelled all over the country, helping hundreds of thousands of people to write – and not one of them has been unable to produce a story in my classes.
So that I can visit more schools and keep costs down for stretched budgets, I offer both full- and half-day visits:
Cost = £350 + travel expenses (travel exes to be split if visiting another school in your area that day)
Cost = £700 + travel expenses (travel exes to be split if visiting another school in your area)
If you'd like to chat with Maz online, I offer hour-long Skype sessions for £100 per hour (pro rata).
My school visit days are Tuesdays and Thursdays
If you are interested, do please let me know your area, nearest train station and possible dates.
If you would like to book a school visit, please send me a message via the contact page.
So check out Maz’s menu…
1-hour workshop, recommended for Yrs 3 – 6
Inspired by the anarchic world of Who Let the Gods Out?, Maz will use the opening scene of WLTGO to teach young writers the importance of Point of View - whose shoes are you standing in and how does it change the story if you look at events from someone else's perspective? Important lessons to be learned in writing - and indeed, in life...
45-minute workshop, recommended for Yrs R – 2
Rosie’s always getting into trouble – she’s such a Nosey Parker! But Maz’s heroine will help little people to use their imaginations to draw (or write) what Nosey Rosie might find on her adventures.
A gentle introduction to creative writing that will encourage little minds to have big ideas.