Inspiring Young Readers
A Whale of a time with Benji Davies at Cheltenham Book Festival posted on 22 Oct 2023
While waiting in the queue outside the event tent I listened to a conversation between a little boy aged about four ...
What did the Mad Hatter look like? posted on 19 Jun 2022
I recently did a ‘Wild Things and Gold Rings’ event all about Alice in Wonderland with Year Five classes at Moor Green
Amazing Alice: A Sun-Drenched Easter Treat posted on 21 Apr 2022
Here at The Letterpress Project we’ll remember Easter 2022 for two things: beautiful warm weather and our first partnership collaboration with Spetchley
Amazing Alice posted on 26 Mar 2022
This Easter The Letterpress Project invites you to a Wonderland of Alice books and memorabilia at Spetchley Gardens
The Letterpress Project goes to Winton Primary School posted on 07 Jan 2020
The Letterpress Project goes to Winton Primary School
Cressida Cowell comes to Cheltenham posted on 11 Oct 2019
Cheltenham Literature Festival is always stimulating, but also very tiring for us elderly folk. So I was relieved to seat myself in a comfy chair....
Brilliant Brains at Rufford Primary School in Stourbridge posted on 04 Oct 2019
What a pleasure it is to spend time in a school that clearly places a big emphasis on the importance of enjoying books.
Year Five Poets at St Joseph’s Catholic Primary School in Malvern posted on 24 Jan 2019
I used extracts from a few of my favourite stories with a refugee related theme to inspire Year Five children to write acrostic poems in pairs.
Cinderella as part of a topic about Egypt posted on 29 Nov 2018
When I was working with a group of Year Three children at Somers Park Primary School in Malvern the other day....
Alison Jay inspires young artists posted on 26 Nov 2018
I always enjoy the chance to spend time looking closely at the books of an illustrator with groups of Year Three children