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A very creative member of the Head Office Quality Improvement Team, has been busy setting up the main training room for an action-packed training session to look at Observation, Assessment and Planning.

With a workshop style presentation and a hands-on approach, we are hoping that the attendees return to their nurseries inspired to offer new and exciting yet challenging learning opportunities.

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Creative writing is a way of writing that expresses the writer’s thoughts and feelings in a poetic and almost fantastic way and can take the form of a novel, a short story, an autobiography or a collection of poems. Many think they can write a story just because they have read so many novels. Instead, when one tries to write a story, one soon learns that a story has its requisites and its rules to be respected in order for it to work.
The most important advice for an aspiring writer is to start with small stories at instead of immediately launching into an epic fantasy trilogy, we should start with a short story or a poem, especially if the inspiration is limping. When writing, then, it’s easy to find yourself running out of ideas from time to time. To stimulate creativity, a good method is to get used to writing something every day in a personal diary or to always carry a notebook: you can write down your thoughts at any time or, even better, you can write down some interesting phrases that are heard around among people. Not everyone is productive in the same hours of the day: one should experiment and find the best time to write and make the most of it. You don’t have to worry about making your job perfect: all writers have to review and change their production and it’s rare for a story or chapter to come out perfect the first time. If in doubt, it can be helpful to give the manuscript to a writer friend for feedback on his work. The most important thing to remember is that you have to have fun: writing should be a pleasant activity and not a task. If you feel that the story you are writing is not going anywhere, there is nothing wrong with putting it aside for a while and doing other minor projects. Sometimes, completing something as simple as a short story can solve an apparently insurmountable creative block.

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