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Secondary Libraries - Becoming Integral to School Life

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

Anne Robinson has been awarded the title of "School Librarian of the Year 2005" and Linda Hayes who is the "Children and Schools Librarian for Redbridge, Essex" share some of the secrets of their success.

In this programme they share their thoughts on demonstrating the importance of the library to the Senior Management Team, how to run lessons for all subjects in the library, techniques to support and encourage reluctant readers, and how to ensure the learning resource centre(LRC) remains at the centre of school life.

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

For more information about this programme, visit the resources and support materials page.

Part of the series: Using Libraries

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