Nat is available for school visits. She loves hanging out with kids and chatting about all things reading and writing and more. Wether it be talking about books or doing writing workshops, visiting as a writer or a podcast host, Nat is ready to make your students view the world in a slightly whacky way. Guaranteed laughs and good times or your money back..**
**nothing in this world is guaranteed, but she is pretty funny
“Our kids were blown away with Nat’s presentation. Everyone who attended the assembly spoke about the high level of engagement in all students. We certainly look forward to collaborating with her again next year.”
- Althea Lavulavu, Instructional Leader, Auburn West Public School
“Nat Amoore is a fabulous presenter. Her talks are full of content, but fast, lively and full of laughs as well. Top-notch entertainment and information.”
- Cathie Tasker, Creative Writing Teacher, Australian Writer’s Centre.
“A presenter for all ages. Nat Amoore is able to switch between humouring an adult audience one minute to being hilariously entertaining for the younger audience. She left the audience informed, amused and excited about finding out more.”
- Ramona Davey, Visual Arts Primary Teacher, NSW DOE
“Nat Amoore was highly engaging, entertaining and informative. A fun and dynamic speaker.”
– Amelia McInerney, Children’s Author
“Nat answered all of our questions (and more!), sharing personal stories & funny jokes! Our students were so enthralled; they would have sat there all day listening. Thank you Nat, you have changed their lives forever!”
- Karl Hurcum, Literacy 3/4 Teacher, Westall Primary School
"Nat Amoore is a born performer. She will have the whole audience, students, staff and parents captivated and in fits in no time. Our Year 5 & 6 students loved being part of Nat’s presentation complete with crazy props and role-play. She is never short of a word and is really great at going with the kids ideas and making them part of the whole experience.
Nat is a beautifully vibrant author who shares some valuable tips about life, along with her whacky narrative and gutsy young characters."
— Megan Davies, Head of Library, Toorak College