About:

We offer an exciting range of story writing workshops, storytelling and puppet making workshops based on our multi-award winning creative storytelling kits. 

We are Tonya and Natasha the authors of a range of stories based on a little dog called Pojo who gets itchy paws and goes off on adventures whilst his owner Sam is asleep.

In Pojo's Roman Conquest, Pojo find hiself in the middle of a chariot race at Cirencester 's great amphitheatre. But a day out turns into an action packed adventure. Can he survive a close encounter with a pnather? Will he be able to win Crispus his feedom from Rufus' bullying ways and just who will win the chariot race?

Kids will love making puppets and interacting with the story and our writing workshops are ideal to help reluctant readers and writers. 

Raise school funds whilst raising literacy!

We can also help you raise funds for your school. For every book we sell at the workshop we will give the school £1 to either spend on resources from our Learning Through Stories catalogue, staff training or you can take it off the cost of the workshop. For instance, if we sell 100 books you would receive £100. Every book is signed by us, the authors, so the children also have something to treasure. 

Get a FREE parent workshop when you book a literacy workshop. Not all parents are able to read to their children but we have a workshop to help them develop stories with their children through games that can be played anywhere. Parent workshop need to be run on the same day as the children's workshop 

Workshops can be adapted to suit your themes and tailored to your requirements, just drop us a message as to your requirements.
 

Ages:

Early Years Age 3-5, KS1 Age 5-7, KS2 Age 7-11

Locations:

Bedfordshire, Dorset, Gloucestershire, Hampshire, Nottinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Somerset, Wiltshire, Worcestershire, Monmouthshire

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