I am currently taking bookings for workshops and author visits so please get in touch if you’d like me to come to your school, library, yurt, castle or island.
SCHOOLS – I trained as an English and Drama teacher so I’m used to being in schools.
As I run oodles of school events I can’t list them here – I’m so sorry you aren’t listed!
Here’s a lovely calming photo of my doggy in case you are feeling angry.
Getting creative with conversations!
Acting up! Finding words through drama activities.
Time to get down to some serious writing.
The Biggest Book Show On Earth 2019 at Theatre Hafren, Newtown. Tall and Short Photography & Welsh Books Council.
Some outstanding performances happening here. Not from me I hasten to add. Yet again young people saved the day!
Creating a story in interesting ways!
‘As for when you visited, I cannot put into words how much the children gained from the day. I’ve seen many creative writing workshops during my career, but I have to say I have not seen one that has inspired the children quite as much as yours. After your visit, we spent some time writing our own stories. Almost everyone in the class used a technique that you shared with them to help write their stories. Still now, weeks after your visit, the children talk about and use your advice every week.’ Mr Davies – Year 6 teacher. mrdaviesreads.co.uk
‘I really enjoyed today because it made me think about where I live and how to write a good story. I can’t wait to read your book!’ Harriet, 11.
‘You helped us harness our imaginations and embrace our inner writing skills massively. We loved spending time with you.’ Keeley. Year 6
‘I enjoyed writing because it’s my favourite thing to do and I loved the dancing. I felt almost excited to get to meet an author.’ Lara, 9.
‘Cannot recommend Eloise Williams highly enough. Thank you so much for being part of our evening! Can’t wait to chat with the kids about how they’re enjoying Gaslight.’ Jess Aubin, Literacy Coordinator, Dyffryn School.
‘The day was memorable because it was fun, awesome and we were learning at the same time. We will remember you in Class Six for generations.’ Tegan, Class Six.