Literary Arts Programmes in Schools
As part of the NAC Literary Arts plan, we have designed a series of Literary Arts Programmes for schools and teachers. These programmes aim to help your students foster a deep appreciation of literature and storytelling, broaden their worldview, develop critical thinking skills and hone their craft of writing.
We kick off with a pilot programme available the whole year round. Now, schools can invite professional writers and storytellers to hold a talk or a hands-on workshop. This is an opportunity for students to meet authors up-close and personal, understand the creative and thought processes that go into effective writing and perhaps a chance for them to perform the poems and stories that they write.
To get started, here are 3 simple steps to hold a literary arts programme in your school:
- Please browse the list of programmes here and select programme(s) of your choice:
- Refer to the Profiles and Contact Details of all writers and storytellers under this programme. To make a booking, please contact the writer or storyteller directly.
- Once the writer or organisation has confirmed the programme, make preparations to host and enjoy an engaging session ahead!
These are just some Literary Arts Programmes which are available for schools. For more programmes which are eligible for Tote Board funding, please click here.
If you have any questions, please check out our FAQs.
You want to book a programme but you are not sure what to do, have a look at our guidelines before and after booking a programme.