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Kiran’s Trust agrees with the belief of the Scottish Book Trust (SBT) that everyone should have the opportunity to improve their life chances through access to books and the development of fundamental reading and writing skills – unlocking creativity and improving mental health and well-being. Supporting all communities across Scotland, with particular focus on those who are vulnerable, under-represented […]
Meghan Grieve has also been very busy and creative since graduating from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Most recently she has been working with on the new Scottish series Origins of the Laioch. Kiran’s Trust has taken the opportunity to support this work in recognition of the young people working on the production as well as to […]
Larbert High School, Kiran’s former secondary school, is a positive and proactive outlet for Kiran’s Trust to support creative arts education. Four school prizes are awarded each year in the subjects of creative art and design, music, photography and creative writing. Even though school was not in session, Larbert held their prize giving online. A three-year scholarship is […]
Every Autumn, The Scottish Book Trust put out a call out for young people in Scotland (aged 14-17) to join as part of the What’s Your Story? development team for a year. A handful of talented teens receive a comprehensive ‘crash course’ in living and working as writers and illustrators in Scotland today – from […]
We spent a lovely evening at the Scottish Book Trust reception in the Scottish Parliament last night. We are very pleased to have supported Amelia Puchala (right) who has self managed the publication of here poems. Amelia is pictured here with Gail Ross MSP and fellow WYS colleague Elspeth Nicol.