Creative writing is writing about events in an imaginative way. Novels, plays, short stories and poems are some examples of creative writing. We often think creative writing can only be done by “experts” — that is, poets, playwrights and novelists. Interestingly, however, creative writing can actually be cultivated through classroom writing activities.
Students learn to write creatively by reading and analyzing the works of experienced writers and by writing stories, poems or plays of their own. This helps them to acquire both the language skill and narrative skills that they need. Our school promotes creative writing among our students. This allows our students to create books, novels and magazines in an innovative way.