Passionate about issues of injustice? Well, come to our Writing Wrongs workshops to develop your writing and research skills!
Our engaging workshops and individual support from academics and professional writers will help you create your own piece of writing on a social issue you are passionate about. We will support you to enter your work into competitions with prizes!
The programme is run by the University of Warwick’s School of Law and Department of English in collaboration with the national Orwell Youth Prize.
When does the programme run?
Three workshops 10am-4pm
Dates for 2019/20 to be confirmed
How much does it cost?
There are no costs to participate
Applications for Writing Wrongs are currently closed
- Currently in Year 12 in a state school/college
- Passionate about writing and social justice issues
- Priority will be given to student who meet at least one of the following criteria:
- Come from a home where neither parent attended university in the UK or abroad
- Eligible for free school meals
- Attend a school with above the national average entitlement to Free School Meals*
- Attend a school with below average performance at KS5*
- Live in a neighbourhood with low progression rates to university^
- Living/lived in care
*Please click here to see whether your school meets the criteria.
^ Check your home postcode, to meet the criteria the POLAR3 score needs to be 1 or 2
Becca Kirk, Widening Participation Officer
b dot kirk at warwick dot ac dot uk