Dyslexia Training Workshop, East London 11th Feb!

Ministry of stories

Does your child have dyslexia, if you live in East London there are some workshops run by the ‘Ministry of Stories.
There is one this coming Monday.

10:30am Monday February 11th, 2013

“In partnership with the Helen Arkell Centre, we will be running a special workshop for previously trained writing mentors in how to work with dyslexic students.¬† The workshop which will last 2.5 hours is free, but the number of places is limited. ¬†Please register as soon as possible to reserve a place. Click here for workshop link

More about the Ministry of Stories – We are an organisation dedicated to the creation of stories by a new storytelling generation.

Fire your imagination, have a look around and get involved. (They are always looking for Volunteers)

“The Ministry of Stories is a creative writing and mentoring centre for young people in east London. We use storytelling to inspire young people aged 8-18, in the belief that writing unleashes their imaginations and builds confidence, self-respect and communication.

Nick Hornby, Lucy Macnab and Ben Payne founded the Ministry of Stories in 2010. In its first year, over 3000 young people took part in our volunteer-led workshops and writing projects. Our inspiration came from the writer Dave Eggers and educator Ninive Calegari, who opened a shop for pirates and writing centre called 826 Valencia in San Francisco.

To find us, you’ll need to go through Hoxton Street Monster Supplies, Purveyor of Quality Goods for Monsters of Every Kind…”

The Ministry of Stories
159 Hoxton Street
London N1 6PJ

T: 0207 729 4159