Read, watch or listen to some of the fantastic work our young writers are producing.
Me and My City: An anthology of poetry by students at Excelsior Academy
In autumn 2021, students at Excelsior Academy worked on a multilingual creative writing project with translators and writers from the Stephen Spender Trust.
Multilingual Creators at Excelsior Academy
28 January 2022 by
As Project Producer for Young Writers’ City at Excelsior Academy, I am in the unique position of being in every...
Being Brave with Larkspur Community Primary School: A Gateshead Young Writers project
26 November 2021 by
NWN Young Writers initially worked with Larkspur Community Primary School back in summer 2019, so we were delighted to be...
I Welcome the Hurdles
A collaborative dance and poetry project with NWN Young Writers and Gateway Studio.
The North: A Zine by New Writing North Young Writers
A celebration of work from New Writing North Young Writers over the Spring term 2021
Nasty Messages was written in 2021 by pupils at Grace College as part of New Writing North's Gateshead Young Writers' programme.
I Welcome the Hurdles: New Writing North Young Writers in partnership with Gateway Studio
02 July 2021 by
Our Gateshead Young Writers programme aims to introduce young people from all backgrounds to creative writing, and we were interested...
28 June 2021 by
We’re excited to finally be able to reveal our Lockdown Lives animation! This project began with weekly zoom sessions in...
Young Writers Recommend
21 June 2021 by
Kitty The Inheritance Games by Jennifer Lynn Barnes – It’s not easy being the sole heiress to a billionaire’s almost...
Young Writers’ Review… Dead [Women] Poets Society Not in Newcastle
20 May 2021 by
We were delighted to be invited by the Dead [Women] Poets Society to review their Not in Newcastle online event...
Creativity in Lockdown: Write Outside
01 December 2020 by
With the nights drawing in and Christmas lights twinkling, it’s hard to remember back to summer 2020, but it did...
Who You Really Are
An animated music video created by Y6 pupils at Kelvin Grove Primary School in Gateshead.