Edinburgh to Southampton, Redruth to Norwich, I have enjoyed hundreds of visits. To schools, libraries, science centres, museums, exhibition centres, bookshops and more. There’s no set routine, each event is tailored to the individual site. But a full day is assured, as many sessions as we can fit in.

We can choose science and nature topics from your current list and select the focus such as research and information-gathering (often a knotty problem these days), design, artworks and photos, and general publishing on screen and on paper. Non-fiction is ‘literacy plus' – fact-finding, research, teamwork, negotiation, co-operative learning, and more.

There's always plenty of interaction and fun, with group projects to emphasize – perhaps unexpectedly – the team nature of my work.

Costs are almost certainly much lower than you think. Call 01379 678990 to discuss. 

'Thank you for a fabulous day. I had positive feedback from all teachers, they enjoyed how interactive it was and the sessions were very relevant.'  World Book Day 2017

'We have had quite a few visiting authors before, but Steve was one of the best! He was able not just to talk about his job and share his books, but also had a great rapport with the children.'  near Great Yarmouth, Norfolk

'The children have given so much positive feedback about your visit and all the teachers said “He’s good”!! You know you’ve cracked it when teachers say “He’s good”!!!!’  Near Spalding, Lincs

‘Thanks again for your time today. Year groups have really got a lot out of the workshops and managed to have a giggle too.  We were very impressed with your manner with the children and the adults learnt a few new facts!’  Peterborough, Cambs

 ‘Please accept my heartfelt thanks for your excellent talks yesterday. I hope you were not too exhausted – yours was a particularly demanding schedule.  Thank you too for your very generous gifts of all the books.’  Ottery St Mary, Devon

‘Great day Steve, thanks so much for coming to see us. The pupils really enjoyed the workshop workouts and we have continued those science themes into their term work.’  Castle Douglas, Dumfries and Galloway

 ‘We loved having you.’  Highbury, London