After School
Creative Writing and
Reading Classes

“Creative confidence brings initiative and freedom of thought, an understanding of teamwork and communication that sits at the heart of a dynamic and successful working life.”

Rufus Norris, Director of National Theatre

Most employers are looking for individuals with two key skills/attributes: Creativity and Social Skills – the ability to communicate effectively.
As a published author of a best-selling Children's Books Series (‘Amazing Adventures of Izi and Larry the Dinosaur’), I have the unique privilege of positively impacting the lives of children.
Children will be empowered to succeed in the future through fun-filled and highly impactful Creative Writing classes.

During this ten-week After School Creative Writing Course, children will;
Communicate their stories through videos.
Learn how to Connect with readers.
Develop public speaking skills.
Bring their imagination and creativity to life through written words.
Significantly improve their punctuation and grammar.

Payment and Registration

For further enquiry, please send a mail to olusegun@iziandlarry.com





  • “Just wanted to let you know how much Strong class enjoyed your session. They thought you were brilliant and could not stop talking about it.”

  • “I just wanted to take the opportunity to thank you for running your creative writing workshop with our Year 6's. Your workshop really inspired our children and their writing will reap the benefits.”

  • “Segun was very interactive and engaging with the activities he did with the children. He included everyone and linked the role play clearly into a writing outcome. The children really enjoyed the workshop.”

  • “Just wanted to let you know how much Strong class enjoyed your session. They thought you were brilliant and could not stop talking about it.”

  • “I just wanted to take the opportunity to thank you for running your creative writing workshop with our Year 6's. Your workshop really inspired our children and their writing will reap the benefits.”