The Night Zookeeper US School Tour!
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Starting in September 2019, we will be embarking on an exciting US Tour, aiming to visit as many schools as possible in three months!!! 

We would love to kickstart writing in your school this year by providing FREE creative writing workshops using nightzookeeper.com!

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The workshop will involve:

  • A special story-telling workshop with a member of the Night Zookeeper team
  • Unique activities and experiences designed to get your most reluctant learners engaged in creative writing

We’ll also include:

  • A special training session for teachers on how to use nightzookeeper.com
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This is what the day could look like:

9am – A special story-telling assembly for the whole school

9.30am – Workshop for students in group 1

10.30am – Workshop for students in group 2

11.30am – lunch break

1pm – Workshop for students in group 3

2pm – Workshop for students in group 4

3.30pm – Training session for teachers


Email [email protected] if you’d like us to visit your school! We can’t wait to work with your students.

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