A School Library for the Curriculum: Supporting Teaching and Learning

Sally Dring

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The modern school librarian encourages reading for pleasure and also supports teaching and learning across the curriculum, both of which areas are highly complex and frequently overlap. This timely publication focuses on the many and varied ways school librarians can support the staff and pupils in schools, by providing the resources and skills they need to successfully negotiate the constantly changing curriculum. This includes innovative approaches, for example organising events such as creative writing sessions or hosting quizzes to enhance literacy across the curriculum – to achieve the best possible results for each individual. Excellent appendices include: a sample subject department scheme of work; the PLUS model for research in action; detailed case studies on Science in the Media and Geography and Literacy; and a sample resource recording grid. 

2019. ISBN 978-1-911222-20-0.

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Sally Dring
Sally Dring MA (Hons), MCLIP, is currently the Learning Resources Manager at Ripon Grammar School where she has been for nine years. Prior to that, she worked for nine years at The Hayfield School in Doncaster. She was a late-comer to library work, beginning from scratch at the age of 40, completing a City & Guilds Library and Information Assistants qualification, followed by an NVQ Level 3 in Information and Library Services. She finally Chartered through CILIP in 2011 and is currently starting on the path to Fellowship.  Sally was a founding member of the Yorkshire and Humberside branch of the School Library Association in 2004 and has been on the committee ever since in various capacities, including Treasurer and Chair. She has served as an elected member of the SLA Executive Board, working with the Publications Committee. A more recent involvement is as a CILIP Mentor for Chartership, which she is thoroughly enjoying. At Ripon Grammar School she has been Literacy and Numeracy Co-ordinator for six years and particularly enjoys trying to build reading for pleasure and literacy strategies into all the different subject areas. 
2019. ISBN 978-1-911222-19-4.

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