‘Being able to see inside a life amazed me and made me more curious.’,
Our programme for the academic year 2019/20 is currently in development. We are expanding our work through the academic year.
In addition we are beginning to explore the setting up of Extension Projects – a long-held ambition to extend the benefits of working with creative writing within the historical environment to young people who might not otherwise enjoy the possibility.
Autumn Term 2019
November 6 and 13 and continuing throughout the year
Making Sense of Time – an Extension Project devised and led by Elizabeth Ferretti
at Time and Tide Museum, The Tollhouse Gaol and Cromer Museum.
In collaboration with the HLF-funded project Kick The Dust. The project has developed out of our on-going relationship with the Norfolk Museums Service and the Young Norfolk Arts Trust.
We are very sad to report that due to funding cuts in Suffolk involving the host school, Horatio House, this project has been paused until a way of going forward can be found.
Spring Term 2020
Introduction to Adventures in Time Travel – CPD session for staff of the English Dept of St Paul’s Academy Dundee
aboard HMS Unicorn, Dundee
a practical twilight writing session to introduce the work of The Imagining History UK Programme and the Young Walter Scott Prize. This will be a prelude to the setting up of workshops to take place in the Summer term. Co-led by Stephanie Haxton and Alan Caig Wilson
A Time Traveller’s Map – Lives contained in objects…
at The Wallace Collection, London
a one-day workshop with students from Notting Hill and Ealing High School for Girls, exploring the extraordinary objects on show at The Wallace Collection. Co-led by Elizabeth Ferretti and Roxanne Matthews
Summer Term 2020
March 31/April 1
Journeys Within Walls – What lies hidden…
two one-day workshops at Boughton House near Kettering, Northants,
for students from Kettering Buccleuch Academy, followed by in-school story development workshops. Delving into the lives and times of ‘England’s Versailles’. Co-led by Elizabeth Ferretti and Roxanne Matthews
If you are a school, or a historical/heritage venue with an idea that you might like us to help you develop, please contact us to discuss it.