Write a Book Information and Application Form 2016

The form available below is downloadable and should be returned to the Galway Education Centre. We will be adding additional forms to this section when schools have registered. If you have any questions please feel free to contact Galway Education Centre tel: 091 745600

 Write a Book Information and Application Form 2016

Write a Book Information and Application Form 2016 PDF

What is the Write a book Project?

 26  The Write a book Project enables primary school children to become real authors as they create their own books by actively engaging in the processes of writing, composing, constructing, designing, illustrating and presenting their work to a wide audience.  52 home

 BEST OF THE YEAR 2015

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THE BEST OF GALWAY WRITE A BOOK 

13th annual Write  Book Awards, in the Radisson blu hotel Galway, organised by Galway Education Centre. The children who ranged in age from just 5 years to 12 years have all composed, written, illustrated and bound their own individual books and their efforts will be recognised at two special awards ceremonies, one in Irish and one in English. Photo: Andrew Downes.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Launch of FUTURE TENSE One, An Anthology of Young Galway Writers
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Launch of FUTURE TENSE One
 More than 250 students, parents, and teachers attended the launch of ‘FUTURE TENSE One, An Anthology of Young Galway Writers’.
This event organised by Galway Education Centre took place in Radisson Hotel on April 4. 2014.
This anthology was launched by Ciaran Cannon TD, Minister for Training and Skills.
At this event, Galway Education Centre made a donation of € 3000 to Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Crumlin.

Write for real purposes and real audiences

The Write a book Project incorporates the ideals of the revised English Primary School Curriculum. The Curriculum advises that children should “write for real purposes and real audiences” stressing that “drafting, editing and redrafting is at the heart of the writing process” and encouraging the “publishing ” of and sharing of a child’s writing. The Curriculum claims that “success and accomplishment will inspire and motivate them to further writing”.
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