School Visits

School Visits

Meeting readers is the best part of my job and I love doing school visits. I deliver fun, interactive Creative Workshops for Year 9 upwards focusing on skills that will help learners with the GCSE English writing questions. I also run sessions based around ‘An Inspector Calls’ and ‘This Careless Life’ exploring the themes and ideas and how they relate to modern society.

If you’d like me to visit your school, please get in touch.

 

Testimonials

‘The students really enjoyed it and their English teacher thought it was an excellent way of them re-exploring the various themes and topics.' C.B., LRC Co-ordinator, Crawshaw Academy, Pudsey

‘The Y10 students have enjoyed studying ‘An Inspector Calls’ and the work that they completed during Rachel’s visit will help them in their future English Literature GCSEs. Rachel brought the themes of the play to life and the students could see how relevant they still are today.’ G.W., Librarian, Bramhall High School, Stockport

'Our Year 11 students were inspired by Rachel's wonderfully engaging creative writing workshop. Examining 'An Inspector Calls' in more detail in the run up to mock exams was hugely beneficial.' N. B., Librarian, Corpus Christi Catholic College, Leeds

‘Rachel’s workshop went down a storm with our students…they were thoroughly inspired.’ N.H., Librarian, Werneth School, Stockport

‘The students were really engaged and inspired by Rachel’s visit. She delivered two creative writing sessions and talked to aspiring writers.’ A. C., Teacher, Altrincham School for Girls, Manchester

‘I just wanted to say a huge thank you for your visit on Monday! The feedback has been excellent and the English teacher was full of praise for the session and your methods.’ E.C., Librarian, Roundhay School, Leeds.

‘Thanks so much. It was really good!’ C.H., Librarian Fulneck School, Pudsey.