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Creative Writing Club

Writers Of The World by Luke Beardsley
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In this ongoing creative writing class, students will attempt to write a story each week using a different genre. Classes begin by discussing the genre and giving examples of stories within it and then students write their own tales!

Class Experience

US Grade 4 - 7
  • The aim of these classes is for students to develop their story writing skills alongside a community of other young writers. At the end of each class the student will have an understanding of the genre and have a short story of their own to tell you!
I have an MA in Writing for Performance and have taught writing and storytelling to children for over three years.
I also have credits from script editing and writing with the BBC on radio dramas.
1 - 2 hours per week outside of class
Frequency: available upon request
Feedback: available upon request
Details: I offer the opportunity for students to send me work from outside of class. This can be because they did not want to share it during the class or they may have added some as homework. I freely give feedback on this work with a note of improvements they could make (with an emphasis on positivity though)!
Something to write with such as a pencil/notepad or a computer to write with.
Guidance is dependant on the genre of the week. A week focusing on horror may be triggering to some children so parents are advised to note if the genre is not appropriate for their child.
Joined June, 2020
Teacher expertise and credentials
Hello everybody and welcome to Writers Of The World!

My name is Luke Beardsley and I'm the director of the organization.  
I have over five years of online teaching experience with the majority of that time focused on creative writing. I've found... 
Group Class


1x per week
80 min

Completed by 2658 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 9-14
2-12 learners per class

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