Belief is so important: Felicity Keats Morrison of Dancing Pencils

Belief is so important. In less than two months, we hold our annual Dancing Pencils Book Launches. This year they take place over two days. We have the BAT centre hall booked, and ... Continue Reading →

Success of the KZN Premier’s Priority Project

This project started in November of 2011, with the aim of setting up writing clubs in all districts. A small team of three has accompanied the Premier’s Office in doing some 20 ... Continue Reading →

Igugu Primary School, Msinga Book Launch

Igugu Primary School Dancing Pencils Writing Club held a launch of its new anthology at Msinga Top, a most beautiful area, and very remote. An erudite audience made up not only of parents, ... Continue Reading →

Premier’s Priority Project launches District Anthologies

The Office of the Premier, KZN, shared a book stand with Dancing Pencils at the Annual Conference of the Department of Arts and Culture. All major publishers  were represented in an ... Continue Reading →

Dancing Pencils Literacy Development Project Board Meeting

The Quarterly Board Meeting of the Dancing Pencils Literacy Development Project held on Monday evening 22nd October, enjoyed making plans for the future. Plans include awards for Mentors ... Continue Reading →

Kokstad Right Brain Training

On Monday and Tuesday, 21 and 22 of November, it was the turn of Kokstad educators to get a chance of unlocking the talents of their right brains. A full complement of 20 educators ... Continue Reading →