EDS Writers Club

Welcome to the Writers Club page. Our club provides creative writing classes for children aged between 6-11 years. Due to Covid-19, our online sessions will continue on a twice weekly basis till the end of the year. We will be returning to our weekly meet ups at the Pavilion in Wooden Hill, Bracknell from 6th May 2021 at 4pm. Bookings are now available for this weekly club event. Please see below on the bookings form.

The club’s objective is to encourage children to find their creative voices, giving them opportunities to develop their language and literacy skills whilst having fun. Interacting with children from around the world who are their own age (or varied ages, depending on numbers) through Google Meet means they get an opportunity to share their ideas and ingenuity with like-minded creatives in a safe environment.

canoe croppedHere is what the EDS Writers Club offers:

  • Fun online and offline activities
  • Weekly Google Meet online sessions for children to work face-to-face with their peers from the comfort of their homes;
  • Google classrooms for Monday and Wednesday sessions with updates, new activities and links posted weekly;
  • Interactive writing activities that encourage good grammar and punctuation;
  • Opportunities to enter external writing competitions; and
  • Free copies of selected children’s ebooks from my collection, free activities, puzzles and pictures to print out, all based on my books or the topics covered, and so much more!
  • An introduction of private lessons for 11+ students preparing for their Creative Writing papers.

sea horse croppedIt is a new year with great opportunities to go on adventures that will take us away from the never-ending hum-drum of the every day. Each child has the opportunity to create his/her/their own world where creatures with a thousand wings can fly to the Bear Moon and say hello to an onion ring! Yes, imaginations are unlocked during our sessions and, as long as each writer feels the need to unravel the weird and wonderful, we provide the stimulus and support to create these worlds and make them come to literary life. For the younger students, the mix of arts and crafts blended in with the writing helps to formalise these creatures, offering a portal of exploration that relies on more than words to bring their imagination to life.

Join us on our writing journey by filling in the form below. When making your booking, please include details of your child’s full name, age and any literacy issues that have been flagged so that I may tailor the lessons according to his/her/their ability. Please include which session you would prefer: Monday or Wednesday from 4.00pm to 5.00pm. Payment for sessions should be made in advance. Each session costs £5.00. Our face to face sessions will be held on a Thursday or Friday, depending on numbers. This session will also be available from 4.00pm to 5.00pm at the Wooden Hill park (Pavillion). Please bring your own picnic blankets, stationery and notebooks to adhere to safety guidelines that help us avoid spreading Covid to each other.

I look forward to encouraging more creative minds at the EDS Writers Club.


If you have any other questions or would like further information, please contact me using the form below.


My family and I can strongly recommend Eloise as both a fantastic person and tutor. As well as being an accomplished author herself, she has helped my daughter (9) to reach a level where she has won several writing competitions and now has two pieces of her own work published in books that are available on the high street. Nothing is too much for Eloise and she is always available to offer advice and accept work to enter for competitions etc. She makes lessons (including online lessons) both interesting and fun and with the younger students includes craft work where they are actually creating things and characters that are then brought to life by their writing. My son (6) also joins in the lessons and he is now also producing work both technically and creatively advanced way beyond his years.” The Lonergan Family