ALL SAINTS SESSIONS at the BRITISH SCHOOLS MUSEUM
A high quality film of an extended version of the All Saints performance for Poetry in Aldeburgh Nov '20 specially recorded at this beautiful museum in Hitchin, Herts.
CHERYL MOSKOWITZ & ALASTAIR GAVIN with guests ISABELLE BAAFI,
MALCOLM BALL & IAN BURDGE
Sat 27th March 8pm
Tickets £5 on sale
APR 2019 - 2021
POP-UP FESTIVAL IN KENT SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS TRUST
"This partnership will connect over 20 schools with exceptional books and inspiring authors who are experienced in working in SEN environments, for a celebration of reading, creative writing and visual and multisensory storytelling."
*Cheryl featured author*
Cheryl's resources for Poetry Society/Places of Poetry National Poem Writing Scheme
31 May - 31 Oct 2019
Suppose you woke up tomorrow and it was a corona-free world?
Since school closures were announced in March 2020 Cheryl has been talking to children, their parents, and staff at school to find out what life is like for them in this age of Covid-19. Her conversations have grown into a collection of poetry which reflects the experiences and perspectives of those she has interviewed.
In unique association with Pop Up Projects and Enfield Council, copies of the collection are being printed and distributed free to 2,000 children in Pop Up's 56 partner schools across the UK, and to all 4,300 Year 6 pupils in the borough of Enfield.
A website, , has been created as a hub for information and resources relating to this project. New conversations between children and their families and teachers will be welcomed as audio, video or text. Visit the site for further news.
Cheryl featured guest on Julie Mullen's regular 11am weekday show on Tue 16th June 2020, reading her poetry and playing her favourite tracks.
Listen to the podcast .
POEMS FROM HOME
New creative translation resource for including downloadable activity sheet, audio readings in Turkish and English, and video by Cheryl
‘The House That Is Me’ activity made for takes the body as a starting point to find the right words to express how you are feeling on the inside.
Teachers and parents can use Cheryl’s guide along with the video to help children create their own ‘The House That Is Me’ poem.
Cheryl's new pamphlet Maternal Impression
launches Spring 2021
published by Against The Grain Press
"Reading Maternal Impression is to have the feeling of walking on nails with bare feet, with the assurance of trust. I go tenderly where these fine poems take me, knowing they will advance my pleasure, my empowerment."