Publications

School Libraries Group provides a number of publications for members.  These include a monthly newsletter, which is emailed to all members who have signed up for it, as well as the termly journal, SLiV: School Libraries in View.

SLG e-newsletter

School Library Group's monthly e-newsletter to members, containing the latest news regarding school libraries, links to articles and media coverage, and information regarding CPD training and events.

 

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SLG Annual Newsletter

The School Libraries Group has recently published the first edition of our new annual newsletter. As part of our offer to members, this will be a yearly, hard-copy newsletter with articles covering a range of topic and issues written by, and for, members of the group.

Members of the group can also view, download and print a copy of the newsletter from this page.

The 2013 newsletter can be downloaded using the file-link below.

 

School Libraries in View

School Libraries in View is published online by the School Libraries Group, and offers a number of scholarly articles in each issue on topics of interest to school Librarians.

Editor

Atiya Afghan (Head Librarian)

Whitgift School

Haling Park

South Croydon

CR2 6YT

Tel: 020 86339927

Mob: 07971 856918

E-mail: aa@whitgift.co.uk

School Libraries in the UK

School libraries in the UK: a worthwhile past, a difficult present – and a transformed future?

Its publication was launched on Tuesday 20 July 2010 at the House of Commons when the Rt Hon Stephen Timms MP acted as host at a celebratory reception.

World War 1 Book Group Resource

Members of the SLG National Committee have produced a resource for book groups, linked to the World War 1 centenary.  The resource is made up of activities and discussion points for 14 different texts related to World War 1, that Librarians can use with their book groups.  The pack will also be of interest to History and English teachers who could incorporate the activities into their subject areas, supporting the Reading for Pleasure across the curriculum agenda.

World War 1 Book Group Resource - Public

Members of the SLG National Committee have produced a resource for book groups, linked to the World War 1 centenary.  The resource is made up of activities and discussion points for 14 different texts related to World War 1, that Librarians can use with their book groups.  The pack will also be of interest to History and English teachers who could incorporate the activities into their subject areas, supporting the Reading for Pleasure across the curriculum agenda.