Children's author Katy Moran gives pupils advice on what to do when faced with a blank piece of paper
3:02pm Saturday 28th September 2013 in News
CHILDREN’S author Katy Moran inspired pupils’ imaginations during a visit to Archway School.
During her visit, Katy, whose books Bloodline and Spirit Hunter were nominated for the Carnegie Medal, taught classes in imaginative writing to students in years eight, nine and 12.
She also gave inspirational tips and ideas to develop a character and advice on what to do when faced with that blank piece of paper.
Katy also held open discussions at breaks and lunchtimes during her three day visit to the school in Paganhill on Friday, September 13, Monday, September 16 and Friday, September 20.
Archway librarian Alice Day won the chance to have Katy visit the school through a competition run by Walker Books.
“My library helpers always love the treat of having lunch with a visiting author and winning the opportunity to have such a good author in school over a couple of weeks is a dream way to start the new school term,” said Mrs Day.
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