THE WILD ABOUT BOOKS CLUB

At the Story Room we are Wild About Books! These workshops are bookable as a block of four. Over that period your child will read one book (we supply the books). They will discuss the book, do creative writing tasks based it, and vocabulary and comprehension exercises to help develop their understanding of what they are reading. There may even be the opportunity to dress up and re-enact parts of the story! Each session will lead your child to a deeper appreciation of the story and the characters.

Saturdays Dates:  12/01, 26/01, 9/02 , 23/02
Time: 2pm to 4pm
Age group: School years 4 and 5
Fee:£130.00 (includes all materials)
Group size:A maximum of 8
Who is running the club: Ben 
Location: Friends House, London N21 1LE

MIDDLE GRADERS’ BOOK CLUB (years 4, 5 and 6)

Our dates:  December 11th.

2019: 8th January, 5th February,  5th March, 2nd April

Venue: Southgate Leisure Centre – Winchmore Hill Road, London N14 6AD

Time: 4.30pm to 5.30pm

Fee for 4 sessions: £80.00. All reading books and writing materials are supplied.

How many in a group? a maximum of 8

We have spaces on this book club. Please email us if your child would like to join.

TEEN BOOK CLUB (years 7, 8 and 9)

Our dates: December 11th.

2019:8th January, 5th February,  5th March, 2nd April

Venue: Southgate Leisure Centre – Winchmore Hill Road, London N14 6AD

Time: 5.30pm to 6.30pm

Fee for 4 sessions: £100.00. All reading books and writing materials are supplied.

How many in a group? a maximum of 6

We have space on this Book Club – please send us an email if your child would like to join us.

YOUNG ADULTS’ BOOK CLUB (years 9, 10 and 11)

Our Dates: September 11th,  October 9th, November 6th, December 4th.

Venue: Coffee Break, 792 Green Lanes, Winchmore Hill, London N21 2SH

Time: 5.00pm to 6.30pm

Fee for 4 sessions: £100.00 All reading books and writing materials are supplied and cup of tea/hot chocolate/coffee/soft drink included!

How many in a group? a maximum of 8

Testimonials

Conor started attending The Story Room as a reluctant reader and anxious writer; a boy with a fantastic vocabulary and great ideas but all trapped inside his mind, lacking the confidence or ability to express himself on paper.  He has transformed into an enthusiastic, confident and excited young man with a hearty appetite for reading and an ability to translate his thoughts into written words. Most importantly The Story Room has given him self-belief in an environment he feels he belongs to where his ideas have value.  Book Club is simply genius.” SM

My ten year old son has been going to book club for 4 months and it has transformed his attitude to books and reading. He has changed from a boy who was reluctant to pick up a book to child who doesn’t want to put his book down because he wants to find out what happens next. I can’t wait till my younger child is old enough to go too.’ GA