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Do you have an idea and a character, but you are not sure how to bring it to life? Take a look at our resources for child writers!  We have lots of advice and practical exercises that can help unlock your story.

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​Children's story building webinars

Get useful advice and information about story writing in these 10 fun and creative story building webinars:

​Writing Starter Kit

Download our writing kit filled with information and worksheets to get started on your story. 
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​Download the published books

​Understand the SDGs

The Eco-heroes

World's largest lesson

Sustainable development Goals Book Club

UN Convention on the Rights of the Child

​Ask the 'Write' Questions

You asked? We answered.
Download our first resource designed specially in response to your questions.
Check back for a new resource every fortnight!

Writing tips

Key points that will be considered include:


Stories that animate a vision for a sustainable future.

Character development

Qualities that stimulate positive feelings of hope and possibility for the main protagonist.


A plot that hooks the reader with the urge to find out how the challenge is overcome by the end of the story.

Both parents and teachers should encourage children to think about the future they want to see. Encouraging children to visualise a more sustainable world through their imagination and adventurous spirit is a brilliant starting point for changing the world.


It is important for children, their parents and teachers to focus on how to tell a good story. It often starts with an idea, a character, and then a journey through the tale. We shouldn’t worry about  spelling or punctuation, but focus on the ideas in their creative writing.


Thinking of a Sustainable Development Goal that means something to the writer on a personal level is a good place to start. There are 17 of them, so plenty to choose from. Then they can brainstorm how to create an adventure story that illustrates that goal, even before they begin


The most important tip is to write; the more that a child writes down their ideas, becomes familiar with how to use words to set a scene, the better their written work will become. 

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