Ahoy, me hearties! Earlier this week, it was Talk Like a Pirate Day, when salty sea-dogs and landlubbers alike make ordinary, everyday words walk the plank and instead spend the day discussing grog, parrots, powder monkeys, jibs and jolly rogers. In celebration, this week’s Dare to Write challenge is the perfect opportunity to invent your own sea shanty or spin … Read More
Roald Dahl’s one hundredth birthday is approaching, and all over the world, schools, libraries and other organisations are getting ready to celebrate an extra special Roald Dahl Day, taking place next week on Tuesday 13th September 2016. As part of of those celebrations, we’re searching for a hundred schools to take the Paper Nations challenge and sign up to pioneer … Read More
The countdown has begun to 13th September 2016, the hundredth birthday of beloved children’s author and storyteller Roald Dahl. Dahl is the creator of some of the twentieth century’s most popular children’s stories, including Matilda, The Witches, The BFG, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and a long list of others, and his books have sold more than 250 million copies … Read More
Hi! My name’s Jane Bradley, and I’m really excited to be getting involved with Paper Nations. I’ll be posting updates here on the blog, as well as sharing the latest news, opportunities and other exciting developments from Paper Nations HQ over on Facebook and Twitter. When I’m not spreading the word about Paper Nations, I work with words in other … Read More
Paper Nations is looking for published creative writers to take part in our pilot creative writing tutor scheme. You may be a published poet, novelist or non-fiction writer with an interest in working as an associate writer in one or more of our partner schools.
The challenge is on to find 100 schools to pioneer our new national writing programme. The Paper Nations Writing Programme is a creative learning space for inspiring writers: where children and grown-ups can discover the art of writing and making stories together. If you want to take part, there are two ways to bring this exciting new programme to your school.