Introduction to Creative Writing - 13-18 years

Turn your story ideas into a written masterpiece with Sweatshop Literacy Movement these school holidays!

About this Event

Love to write creatively? This workshop is for you!

Join Western Sydney writers Monikka Eliah and Winnie Dunn in understanding story structure, narrative and how to tell one's own story. These skills, as taught by award-winning writers' collective Sweatshop Literacy Movement and would be fantastic workshop for any aspiring young writers aged 12-17

Sweatshop is a literacy movement based in Western Sydney which is devoted to empowering culturally and linguistically diverse communities through reading, writing and critical thinking. Their movement provides research, training, mentoring and employment opportunities for emerging and established writers and arts practitioners from Indigenous and non-English speaking backgrounds.

Find out more about Sweatshop Literacy Movement 

**Registrations Open Monday 22 March at 9am**

When: Saturday 10 April 2021

Where: Wentworth Point Community Centre and Library Meeting Rooms

Address: 10 Footbridge Boulevard, Wentworth Point NSW 2127 (Directly opposite Marina Square)


Phone: (02) 9806 8600

Student conduct

Students attending classes will follow the rules of Wentworth Point Community Centre and Library and the instructions of the teacher or other staff.

Students will not interfere with the work of others and will not behave in ways that present risks to the safety of themselves or others.

Students who present a risk to others or themselves through repeated inappropriate behavior may be refused enrolment.

If children do not follow the rules or repeated requests from teachers or other staff to behave in an appropriate manner, parents will be contacted to collect their child from the Centre.

COVID-19 Guidelines

Please do not attend if you are feeling unwell and have cough, cold or flu symptoms

Please do not attend if you have been in contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 in 14 days prior to attending the class or if directed by health authorities to stay at home

Social distancing of 1.5m applies at all times. Please avoid congregating before the start and at the end of the class

Noting your attendance with the facilitator during each session is mandatory. Maintaining accurate attendance records is the shared responsibility of both the program facilitator and program attendees

Practice good hygiene and sanitise during and after the class

Ensure you are up to date and following the latest government guidelines and public health orders


The facility is completely wheelchair accessible and ambulant toilets are located through the building.

Hearing augmentation is present throughout the entire facility

Parking at Wentworth Point Community Centre and Library

If you are coming by car, Marina Square Shopping Centre and Pierside Shopping Centre both offer free parking. 3 hour parking can also be found on the surrounding streets:Marina Square Shopping Centre Carpark (3 Hour Free Parking, 9am – 7pm)

Pierside Shopping Centre Parking (2 Hours Free Parking, 6am – 10pm)

Limited Street Parking (3 Hours Free Parking, 7am – 7pm)




Wentworth Point Community Centre and Library
10 Footbridge Boulevard, Wentworth Point, NSW 2127

How much

$5 - Buy Tickets


Wentworth Point Community Centre and Library