Scribe Tribe   

Please visit the KSP office or phone 9294 1872 to book and pay by credit/debit card.

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The Scribe Tribe is facilitated by: Caitlyn Hammond

Meets: Every Wednesday during term, 4.00pm - 5.30pm

Younger writers have the option of finishing at 5pm, with the final half hour being dedicated to free writing and access to feedback and advice on work-in-progress

First class trial is free!

 

BYO: Pen/pencil and notebook, or laptop and USB

Term fees:

8-Week Term: $80 KSP-members/$130 non-members

10-Week Term: $100 KSP-members/$150 non-members

11-Week Term: $110 KSP-members/$160 non-members

Pro Rata Fees Available if Joining Mid-Term - talk to KSP staff on 9294 1872.

**PLEASE BOOK PRIOR TO START OF TERM**

Note this group is subject to receiving a minimum of five bookings per term. 

Please enrol your child prior to the first day of term.

 

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This weekly recreational group, held during term time, is led by Caitlyn Hammond, an encouraging facilitator who is also a copywriter. There are no grades or exams here, just lively discussions, reading performances, writing tips and exercises, editing lessons, and the opportunity to publish work in KSP's annual anthology.


Younger students have the option to leave at the one-hour mark, with the extra half hour focused on mentoring and workshopping of individual tribe member works-in-progress, where applicable. 


Develop writing skills and meet new friends at the KSP Writers' Centre Scribe Tribe

About Caitlyn: 
 

Caitlyn is a Perth-based copywriter, having produced content for many companies of various industry types. Her role involves blog writing, website content, and marketing and social media material. Caitlyn specialises in architectural and design copy.

 

Her mum, Renee Snow, is an author and former Chairperson of the KSP Writers’ Centre, therefore Caitlyn has come to know the centre very well.  

 

With a passion for teaching, Caitlyn places high importance on education and creativity. Her goal is to guide, support, and prepare aspiring students for their future endeavours.