Wee Write Schools Programme: Education Pass

Wee Write Schools Programme: Education Pass

This pass provides access to the full Wee Write Education Programme due to broadcast 7 - 18 June. The content will be available on demand from scheduled broadcast date until 24 September 2021.

Early Years Programme
Coo Clayton 'Maggie's Magical Islands', Ross Collins 'This Is A Dog!', Eilidh Muldoon 'Snooze', Ron Fairweather 'Macastory', Mrs Mash ' 'Cake for the Fairies', Sacha Kyle 'Hushabye Lullabye: Goodnight Dreams', Lynne Rickards 'Willow the Wild Cat', Amnesty International 'We Are All Born Free', Caryl Hart and Bethan Woollvin 'Meet the Oceans' and Lou Carter 'There is no Big Bad Wolf'

Primary Programme
Coo Clayton 'Maggie's Magical Islands', Ross Collins 'This Is A Dog!', Eilidh Muldoon 'Snooze', Ron Fairweather 'Macastory', Mrs Mash ' 'Cake for the Fairies', Sacha Kyle 'Hushabye Lullabye: Goodnight Dreams', Lynne Rickards 'Willow the Wild Cat', Amnesty International 'We Are All Born Free', Caryl Hart and Bethan Woollvin 'Meet the Oceans', Lou Carter 'There is no Big Bad Wolf', Joseph Coelho 'Zombierella', Chris Riddell 'The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy', Matthew Fitt 'Reekin Rhymes', Konnie Huq 'Cookie Book 2', Anna James 'Page & Co - Tilly and the Map of Stories', Ross Welford 'When We Get Lost In Dreamland', Sophy Henn 'Pizazz vs Perfecto', Louie Stowell 'Otherland', Hannah Gold 'The Last Bear', Francesca Simon and Steve May 'Two Terrible Vikings', Katie and Kevin Tsang 'Dragon Legend', Kate Pankhurst 'Fantastically Great Women Scientists and their Stories', Benjamin Dean 'Me, my Dad and the end of the Rainbow', Alex Milway 'The Big Sky Mountain', Swapna Reddy 'Ballet Bunnies and the Lost Slipper', Jeanette McCartney 'The Bravest Hen in the Highlands' (Gaelic medium), Paula Harrison 'Kitty and the Kidnap Trap', Karrie Fransmen and Jonathan Plackett 'Gender Swapped Fairy Tales', Damien Love 'Monstrous Devices - Shadow Arts', Emma Beswetherick 'The Magic Ocean Slide' and Hannah Foley 'The Spellbinding Secret of Avery Buckle'.

Secondary Programme
Holly Bourne 'The Yearbook', Matthew Fitt 'Reekin' Rhymes', William Sutcliffe 'The Summer We Turned Green', Jeffrey Boakye 'Musical Truth: A Musical History of Modern Black Britain in 28 Songs', William Hussey 'Hideous Beauty' and Damien Love 'Monstrous Devices - Shadow Arts'.

All programme content will be suitable for ASL establishments.

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Wee Write Schools Programme: Education Pass

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