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Secondary Libraries - Making the Most of the Space

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An inspirational programme demonstrating how school libraries and their librarians can really make a difference.

Anne Robinson, the winner of School Librarian of the Year 2005 and Linda Hayes, children and schools librarian for Redbridge, Essex, share some of the secrets of their success. They reveal their ideas on:

  • How best to organise a learning resource centre (LRC)
  • How to get the most out of student helpers
  • The key points to remember about stock and creating the right atmosphere of relaxation and learning in a school library

Anne manages the LRC at Nicholas Chamberlaine Technology College, in Bedworth, Warwickshire, while Linda, as well as her job in Redbridge, runs the LRC at Oaks Park High School in Newbury Park, Essex.

See the resources and support materials page for useful links, plus Anne's LRC training book.

Part of the series: Using Libraries

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