As a photographer and a writer, I know how important the sense of sight is. But often people don’t realise how important the other senses are, and how we can become better writers by learning how to pay attention and have fun with each one.

Writing the 7 Senses is my method to facilitate creative writing workshops for children and adults.

Using observation techniques, music, humour and artwork, I create a free and creative space that allows people to improve their skills in observation and exercise their imagination. By choosing different stimuli to generate ideas, there are many pathways to imaginative expression. For children especially,  this helps to build skills and self-confidence.

Thinking and writing about characters from different backgrounds also builds empathy and knowledge of the world. This is so important in these difficult times; indeed, these kinds of techniques have the potential to improve relationships amongst children and the wider diverse communities where we live and work.

From an 8-year old participant:
“My pencil was free to fly all over the page!”
From a 10-year old participant:
“5/5 stars!”

Terms & Conditions for Writing the 7 Senses Workshops at Manor House Library

Amelia has been DBS checked in order to run the Writing the 7 Senses workshops in local schools, and she holds Personal Liability Insurance through her membership in the Society of Authors.

Payment is due at least a week before the course is due to start. Please pay electronically via the bank details shared in direct emails from Amelia Kyazze

We are unable to provide a refund unless notice for cancellation is given at least 3 weeks ahead of the event.

It is the parent or carer’s responsibility to ensure that we have accurate information regarding any health considerations or special needs before the course starts. We will make every effort to accommodate your children’s requirements throughout the duration of the Writing the 7 Senses workshop.

There is disabled access at Manor House Library; please do let us know in advance if you think this is needed so we can ensure it is in working condition.

Please ensure we have emergency contact details for carers or parents, accurate for the time of the workshop.

Snacks are not allowed in Manor House Library rooms, but feel free to give your child a bottle of water.

If a different person is picking up the child than dropping off, please let us know this in advance.

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