Examinations in the AFA in Creative Writing for 2020 will take place at the following times: WRITE-2: COMMISSIONED WRITING (2 hours): Monday 11 May 2020 (PM) WRITE-3: RESPONSVE WRITING (3 hours): Friday 15 May 2020 (AM) The deadline for submission of marks, and the sample of moderated work, for WRITE-1: PORTFOLIO is Friday 15 May … Continue reading Examination Dates for May 2020
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Apprentice of Fine Arts (AFA) in Creative Writing: results for Summer 2019 Cumulative percentage of candidates A* 18% A*-A 53% A*-B 79% A*-C 95% A*-D 100% A*-E 100% Table shows results for 38 candidates from 7 centres: Badminton School; Bristol Grammar School; Clevedon School; Enfield County High School; Kingswood School; Marlborough College; Redmaids High School
Please find here the List of Stimulus Texts for the 2019 examinations for WRITE-3 Responsive Writing.
The second stage of consultation over the Paper Nations Benchmarks for Creative Writing was launched at the NAWE conference in York in November 2018. These are exciting proposals for the teaching of Creative Writing across all stages of education in the UK, and it’s exciting to see that many of the published ideas for recommended … Continue reading PAPER NATIONS
On the weekend of 9-11 November, David Briggs attended the annual NAWE conference in York. He presented a paper about the Apprenticeship of Fine Arts in Creative Writing, and found many supportive allies for the AFA project from those teaching Creative Writing in Higher Education. The conference is a superb opportunity to hear about the … Continue reading NAWE (National Association of Writers in Education)
The dates for the first examinations in WRITE-2 and WRITE-3 will be as follows: WRITE-2 (2 hours): Monday 13 May, 2019: 13:30 WRITE-3 (3 hours): Wednesday 15 May, 2019: 09:00 Please send Estimates of Entries (EOE) to David Briggs email@example.com by Wednesday 10 October.
From April 2018 till September 2018, David Briggs will be on sabbatical. He will be teaching Creative Writing (Poetry) at Bath Spa University, alongside being Poet in Residence for the Bristol Poetry Institute at Bristol University. He will also be using the time to develop resources and information for the Apprentice of Fine Arts in … Continue reading Sabbatical
On Wednesday 31 January, WEB held the first of our Show and Tell sessions at Bristol University School of Education, hosted by Dr Lorna Smith. Teachers from Marlborough College, Badminton School, Red Maids High and Bristol Grammar School met to share ideas for the teaching of poetry, prose fiction, prose non-fiction, and script. It was … Continue reading Our first Show and Tell
UCAS has now published the Educational Information Profile (EIP) for the AFA in Creative Writing, alongside just three other courses: the programmes run by Bedales, Sevenoaks, and the one run in a partnership between Goldsmith’s College and Colfe’s School, London. . We recommend that students mention the AFA in their personal statements when applying through … Continue reading UCAS: Recognised Programme