‘Write Away With Me’ is dedicated to inspiring children, young people (and teachers) to become aware of their unique power as writers, narrators and creative thinkers!

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    After School Programs

    Our after school programs include The Writer’s Club, weekend workshops and holiday programs such as The Writer’s Masterclass, which sees children working with some of Melbourne’s most popular writers, illustrators, poets and artists. Learn about After School Programs
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    Storytelling Workshops

    We offer a variety of interactive storytelling workshops where children not only share a love of language and literature, but are encouraged to develop their own storytelling talents! Learn about Storytelling Workshops
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    Writing Workshops

    We offer a variety of original and creative literacy workshops to challenge students and further develop their imagination, creative writing and thinking skills. Learn about Writing Workshops
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    Professional Development

    Write Away With Me presents a series of Professional Development Workshops for teachers (Early Childhood /Primary), carers and parents. Learn about Professional Development
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The Writer’s Masterclass gives children (aged 7-12 years) the opportunity to get up close and personal with some of Melbourne’s popular writers, poets, illustrators and artists. In our first program for 2015, young wordsmiths will be entertained and inspired as Bernard Caleo and Emilie Zoey Baker share some of the essential skills of creative writing and drawing. From cartooning to poetry (like you’ve never done before!) aspiring young writers and artists will have plenty to get excited about as together we explore the power of words! BOOK HERE .      
We are cups, constantly and quietly being filled. The trick is, knowing how to tip ourselves over and let the beautiful stuff out.
Ray Bradbury