The Write Book teacher toolkit
The Write Book enables primary teachers to create inspiring writing projects for children, based on brilliant books.
Find out how to:
'There have been huge improvements in children's attainment levels in descriptive writing. Since doing this project, 54 per cent of the children in our classes have gone up by 2 or more sub-levels in their reading attainment. Attitudes, particularly amongst the boys, have improved immensely towards writing in general and this was reflected in their attainment levels at the end of the school year. Every child across the year group has improved by at least one sub level, with 67 per cent improving by 2 or more sub-levels.' Year 5 Teacher
Find out about the aims of The Write Book project and the outcomes for pupils, teachers and schools.
From choosing the book to planning your project. Find out how to get the most out of The Write Book in your school.
Learn how to draw a sea monkey and create your own comics. Then join in singing the sea monkey's sea shanty!
Try this fun writing workshop rewriting a fairytale from the point of view of one of the other characters in the story. You might be suprised how different the story can be...
- Sarah McIntyre 1
- Tony Bradman 2
- Laura Dockrill 3
Exclusive writing workshops from six contemporary children's authors.
These fabulous and fun school projects will give you some great ideas. What's The Write Book for your school?
The Write Book Final Evaluation March 2015 found that using 'books as hooks' encourages creative learning and helps embed reading and writing for pleasure deep into the curriculum.
Use our personalised writing tool to engage individual children in writing
Find great books to inspire writing with The Book Trust Bookfinder
Bringing a writer, poet, illustrator or storyteller into your school is a great way to inspire children and bring reading to life.