The Bede's Writers' Workshop, which convenes once a month, is a space for aspiring poets, novelists, playwrights and lyricists to develop their craft.
In these engaging sessions, students from the Fifth and Sixth Form year-groups explore the fundamentals of fiction through stimulating activities, as well as sharing their own writing in a workshop environment.
The group is open to all, but students must demonstrate a commitment to writing through ongoing work on their private portfolios and notebooks.
Dates of meetings are available in the school calendar.
“ It is through reading and writing that we discover who we are, or who we want to be. In each piece of writing, I want my pupils to have the chance to reinvent themselves. ”
Matt Oliver, Head of English and Dicker House TutorLearn more about the Bede's English department >
English News and Blogs
14 October 2019
Recently, our Lower Sixth Humanities students got the chance to polish their public speaking in the Bede's Debating Morning.
9 October 2019
In a busy first Half Term, Lower Sixth Pre-U English students travelled to the Duke of York’s Theatre to see 'The Son'.
18 June 2019
Mr Vaux reports on the recent First Year and Lower First Year trip to Shakespeare’s Globe.