More than a writing platform!
Programs and events that inspire students to write.
Resources for educators to teach and model writing.
Tools to create and share student writing.
Build literacy skills and inspire the next generation of writers.
Supports: remote learning, classroom, groups and individuals
Choose to respond with handwritten or typed work
5 to 14 years +
Lesson plans for explicit whole class or small group teaching
Assign activities for independent learning at home or at school
The Mini-Writing Festival
Australia’s largest online, interactive
writing festival for schools.
Choose from 20+ live and /or on-demand author workshops.
Discover a year of resources, writing activities and student workbooks
Write with Australian authors and publish your original work for CBCA Book Week.
Stay tuned for 2023 Festival dates.
2022 Festival workshops now available on demand..
“Absolutely loved it! … not only inspired my students to write more creatively but inspired my teaching.”
Deborah Hansen, King’s Baptist Grammar School, Wynn Vale, SA.
Connect and combine the best of our programs
Create an inspired, collaborative classroom with a mixture of rich, original resources, exclusive programs and interactive activities that connect to the curriculum.
“In my 20 years of teaching, I have never seen
a literacy program have such an impact.”
Becky Ward, Koputaroa School, New Zealand.
The Co-author Program
Students are readers, writers, co-authors.
“I love The Co-author Program.
The lesson plans are easy to follow and every activity can be differentiated. The whole program is so engaging for my students. And the best part is when they receive their own copy of the book they have created.”
Trinity Hook, Nords Wharf Public School, NSW
Who would you like to read your writing?
“Our students were thoroughly engaged in each session and could hardly contain themselves so they could get into their stories.”
Joan Reeves, Nangus Public School, NSW
Create your own printable projects
Bring students' writing to life.
“The best memory I have of kindergarten is writing a book with Littlescribe.”
Amerla’s Student Reflection, Revesby Public School, NSW