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"One of Britain’s favourite children’s poets.”

(The Poetry Archive)

  • He taught for 13 years and has been a professional writer in schools, libraries, theatres and festivals since 1988.

  • He has given over 2500 performances of his poetry and percussion show and run countless writing workshops.

  • Over 1 million of his poetry books and anthologies have been sold by Macmillan Children’s Books.

  • He was commissioned by CBBC to write a poem for the Queen’s 80th birthday which was then performed live on air.

  • He was invited by Prince Charles to speak at Prince’s Summer School for teachers, at Cambridge University in 2007.

  • He has been a keynote speaker at International School conferences in London & Madrid.

  • He is Reading Champion for the National Literacy Trust & Co-director of the Able Writers’ Scheme he founded in 2002.

  • He has published over 200 books from publishers such as Macmillan, Hachette, Puffin, OUP, Collins, Longman,
    Heinemann & Frances Lincoln.

If you would like Brian to visit your school for a poetry and percussion show and writing workshops...

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Did you know?

Brian Moses is to poetry what Jamie Oliver is to cooking, what Lewis Hamilton is to motor racing and what Messi & Gerrard are to football.”

Brian Moses School Visits

Find out more about Brian Moses activities in schools, inset days, Spooky Weekends, Writer's Trails and much much more.

Did you know?

In 2007, Brian was invited by Prince Charles to talk about able writers at his summer school for teachers at Cambridge University.