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Creative Writing – The Next Step (Evening)

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Key Info

Learning Area   Children, Schools & Families
Delivery Mode  
Duration   5 Weeks
Course Code   11848-CAM

Dates & Locations

Course Type   Leisure and Professional
Location   Cornwall College Camborne
Start Date   08/06/2022
Day/Time   Wednesday, 18:30-20:30
Fees   Tuition Fees: £0.00

This course is designed for those who enjoy writing and have either completed the first step course or who would like to develop their existing skills further. It also intends to help those whose writing has stalled for whatever reason and who want to re-discover the pleasures writing can bring.

The sessions will comprise of reading selected texts, writing exercises designed to inspire and motivate and critiquing our writing in a friendly and positive atmosphere.

The group dynamic is important so please come along if you would like to share your work and help others to develop new skills by providing informed and lively responses.

Please bring pen and paper with you.

This is a FREE* course so apply now so you don't miss out!

*This course will be free for students who will be 19+ as of 31.08.21 and have not attended the course before. If you have already attended this course and wish to repeat it a fee will apply.

This course runs on a Wednesday evening from 6.30pm to 8.30pm for 5 weeks.


Cornwall College Camborne
Trevenson Road
TR15 3RD




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Studying at Cornwall College was an excellent experience. The staff at both campuses were outstanding and really went the extra mile to support the learning journey for all of us. The range of modules were excellent and up-to-date and highly relevant to my chosen profession.

After the course, I joined a SCITT programme and completed this alongside my PGCE to become a primary school teacher. I have now completed my NQT Induction year and am fully qualified. Since September 2017, I have been studying towards an MA Education as I want to develop professionally and academically.

I am a full-time teacher in a year 3/4 class in a primary school in North Cornwall and have a key focus in development strategies in Literacy. Working as a teacher is even more rewarding than I could have imagined, seeing those ‘lightbulb’ moments is such an amazing experience.

Completing my Degree with Cornwall College has provided opportunities and experiences that I could only have hoped for with another institution

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