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Getting to Grips with the School Library: Library Management in Secondary Schools

Course Details:

A course designed to help and support anyone about to start, or already running, a secondary school library. Topic include, setting up your library, stock management, budgeting, cataloguing and basic classification, library promotion, working with staff and students, library documentation and behaviour management.

Trainer: Ginette Doyle

Ginette made the decision to become a librarian while working in a Library as a Saturday assistant when she was still at school. She started her career working in public libraries, specialising in reference and local history, and moved to work in schools following a career break.  Having worked in different types of schools over the years both as a solo librarian and as part of a team she now manages the libraries of an independent co-educational public school.

Feedback from Course:

"Ginette was brilliant, very interesting and entertaining." - Sharon Klysz, Media Resources Assistant (Library), Highams Park School

Key Audience:

Secondary school library staff

Venues and Dates:

No venues/dates are currently scheduled for this course. For more information about possible future dates, please contact the SLA Office.