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‘Creative’ Stories
‘Creative’ stories

The focus of this penultimate chapter centres on the notion of creativity, an officially recognised concept by the UK government that has enjoyed a surge of professional and academic interest in educational circles following the publication of the NACCCE's (1999) All Our Futures: Creativity, Culture, Education report. With many teachers and schools working hard to educate children through a creative curriculum, this chapter serves to support those who wish to energise their story writing practice with a little creative zest. In support of the fact that creativity is not just about ‘the arts’ (Grainger and Barnes, 2006), the Ideas in this chapter embrace numerous ways in which story writing can be creatively stimulated.

The first half of this chapter considers ways in which ...

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