NCW is a dynamic literature house for contemporary writing at the heart of a world class UNESCO City of Literature. We’re a charity and company limited by guarantee, committed to exploring the artistic, social and place-making powers of creative writing and literary translation.
National Centre for Writing is seeking a Norfolk-based freelance evaluator for its Key Stage 2 Worlds of Words: WOW West Norfolk programme.
The National Centre for Writing has three years of funding to deliver literary arts opportunities to primary schools with a view to upskilling teachers and raising their confidence to enable them to deliver creative literary activities, supporting pupil wellbeing and supporting schools’ wider creative engagement.
Over 6 months WOW will deliver a series of children and teacher activities across 6-8 west Norfolk primary schools focussing on literary translation – Young Creative Translators, reading for pleasure – Reading Teachers = Reading pupils and class visits to St George’s Guildhall theatre.
£25 per hour. Up to 80 hours (total fee up to £2000).
How to apply
Please send a CV and up to 1 page covering letter outlining how you meet the role requirements and your relevant experience to Caitlin Evans, Communications & Participation Assistant, at [email protected] by Wednesday 3 January 2024.
You may be asked to attend a short informal interview by Zoom the following week.
Applicants will be notified by Thursday 4 January, and may be asked to attend an informal zoom interview in the w/c Monday 8 January 2024.
Young Norfolk Writing Competition Coordinator
National Centre for Writing is seeking a prize coordinator for its Young Norfolk Writing Competition, Norfolk’s popular annual writing competition for young people aged 11-18 years who live or study in Norfolk.
The competition focuses on engaging young people to become more involved with the arts while celebrating the writing talent in the region. Entries can take the form of stories, lyrics, narrative for games, graphic stories, poems, spoken word, scripts, podcasts, plays, articles, journalism, or essays.
From February to June 2024, we’re looking for a prize coordinator to fulfil a mostly remote, freelance arts administration role incorporating evaluation and some in-person delivery with young people.
£15 per hour. Approx. 1 day per week (total fee up to £1800).
How to apply
Please apply by sending your CV and supporting statement of no longer than 500 words to Caitlin Evans, Communications & Participation Assistant, at [email protected] by Wednesday 3 January 2024.
You may be asked to attend an informal zoom interview in the w/c Monday 8 January 2024.
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