Bring a group to Arvon – we offer residential weeks for schools, young people and adult groups.
Our weeks for schools and groups follow the same pattern as our adult course programme – led by two professional writers, with tutorials, group workshops, and time and space to write. Groups live, write and eat together, cooking their evening meal in teams. At the heart of Arvon is the desire to encourage anyone, regardless of background, to find their voice through writing; whether you want to bring talented writers, or individuals who need more support, each week is shaped around the participants’ needs and interests.
Bookings are now open for schools and groups residentials in 2022. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book.
BRING A GROUP / SCHOOL
BRING A GROUP
Arvon works in partnership with organisations ranging from charities, arts organisations, socially disadvantaged groups and community groups to higher educational institutions and businesses.
BRING A SCHOOL
At Arvon we believe anyone can be a writer. Each year we organise over 40 weeks with schools and groups. Five days that can ignite a life-long love of creative writing.
Resources and activities for creative writing projects in schools, youth and community groups or at home, from Arvon and beyond.
Learning and Partnerships Manager
This short film shows the journey of a Writing the Game week for schools that combines a residential week at The Hurst Arvon Centre in Shropshire, with the Supporter 2 Reporter programme run by Leyton Orient Trust.
Grants for Teachers
Arvon supports the professional development of practising teachers, who may apply for a special fixed grant of £200 towards a course fee.
SCHOOLS AND GROUPS CASE STUDIES
Participants worked with Roger Robinson and Malika Booker to help them identify ideas important to them, and developed these ideas into…Read more
Fewer than one in three Children Looked After reach the expected standard in reading and writing at the end of Key…Read more
Dersingham Primary & Lathom Junior Schools
In January 2018, a group of Year 5 and 6 pupils, aged 9-11, from two linked primary schools in the London…Read more