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Award winning school library?

Inspiration LogoWith clear proven links between focused library programmes and academic achievement, many school librarians seek to build a lifelong love of reading, which, in turn, can boost vocabulary, increase empathy and reduce stress.

If this is your library, or you aspire for it to be, you could be an award winner!

The School Library Association’s Inspiration Award recognises the best schools in the country for their library provision, programmes and pupil engagement. Gresswell is proud to sponsor this inspirational award and recognise the good work of librarians.

To be entered to the award, please complete the nomination form at www.slainspirationaward.wix.com/enter by 10th February.

Some tips for a great library

  • Review your space and layout and consider more engaging and accessible book storage options
  • Create topical displays or themes to involve students
  • Integrate high-tech media into your learning space
  • Start a book club
  • Engage pupils with reading posters and bookmarks
  • Reward good reading withstickerspencils and bags
  • Build up your storytelling collection with books, puppets and Storysacks®to inspire a love of stories from a young age

Enter now

Complete the nomination form at www.slainspirationaward.wix.com/enter by 10th February for your chance to win £500 library supplies voucher from Gresswell.

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