Creative Writing March Holiday Programme (P4, P5, P6)

Creative Writing March Holiday Programme

Creative Writing Camp
Primary 4 to 6

Pri 4 to 6 Creative Writing March Holiday Programme

You may be wondering if this is the holiday course for your child. If your child is facing plenty of stress trying to improve his or her compo, this is the course for you.

Here are the reasons:

We teach your child to be a creator of content and not memorise model compositions.

Your child will get a free diagnosis of his or her current writing issues prior at the start of the programme.

We will focus on the essential areas where the composition scores matter most.

Our holiday programme has a high success rate and satisfaction score with repeat customers.

Lesson outcomes:

  • Learn fundamental techniques to score
  • Enhance plot at specific junctures to secure marks
  • Apply effective language devices to boost language marks
  • Hedge against adverse grades by applying the Golden Ratio

Workshop Schedule:

14 to 17 March
P4: 9.30 AM – 11.30 AM
P5, P6: 12.00 PM – 2.00 PM

Course Fees:

Starting From : $ 264
*Single-day option available

Recent Reviews from Course Participants

~ Scarlett Cheng

~ Scarlett Cheng

“My favourite story is Father Christmas. We get to act out a skit before we started analysing the characters. During that lesson, I learnt to write something meaningful. Best of all, I could get a lollipop as a reward. This is my third holiday course at Writers Studio.”
~ James Lew Jia En

~ James Lew Jia En

“I like to write but I needed to put on a bigger thinking cap. I learnt to make some bends in my story plot. I learnt new ways to write about the characters and what they do in their stories. I could pick up new vocabulary because at every paragraph, we are taught new phrases.”
~ Kang Yu Cheng

~ Kang Yu Cheng

“I enjoy the lessons taught during the Creative Writing Camp. There were so many interesting activities. I remember that we had to wear a face mask with a big nose and act out a character. It makes me think about what the character will say and do in my story. I learn to create new characters in my stories.”