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School Librarian of the Year Award

Annie Brady

Nominations for School Librarian of the Year 2016  have now closed.

Thanks to everyone who sent in a nomination, helping us to honour the excellent work that is carried out in school libraries every day, and to highlight the best practice of those whose work is outstanding.

Watch out for news about who will follow in the footsteps of 2015 winner Annie Brady (pictured right), librarian at an inner city boys' secondary school in Dublin. As her students said to our judging panel: "The library is the epicentre of the school and Annie is like a friend."

2015 Award

The 2015 School Librarian of the Year was  Annie Brady of St Paul's CBS Secondary School, an inner city boys' secondary school in Dublin.

Read the full story of the 2015 finalists and winners and our School Libraries Celebration Day.

About SLYA

The School Librarian of the Year Award is the SLA's prestigious honour to recognize the excellent work that is carried out in school libraries every day, and to highlight the best practice of those whose work is outstanding.

To find out more about the School Librarian of the Year Award, explore these pages: