Reading and the school library
at key stages 2 and 3

This interactive training day for literacy and library coordinators, class teachers and school librarians explores the role of the school library in supporting literacy and encouraging reading at key stages 2 and 3.

Anne always tailors this course to local needs and requirements.

Expected learning outcomes include:

  • greater understanding of the value and potential of the school library
  • new ideas for promoting reading skills and enjoyment
  • extra strategies for exploiting library resources effectively
  • methods for building a stronger reading ethos and reading culture
  • ideas to support children at transition from key stage 2 to 3
  • more confidence in managing and developing the library

The course is backed up with an extensive set of handouts

What people say about this course

A useful and interesting day, a good opportunity to reflect on current practice and think ahead to new possibilities.

Good to share ideas and think of other people's libraries.

I gained a mental list of things I can do now to make instant improvements to the library, and knowledge of what the library can be with more work.

Practical ideas to promote reading in school libraries.

I have gained a host of ideas, resources and information. A wonderful day.