Last month and very excitingly, I was given the opportunity to attend the Guardian Reading for Pleasure Conference in London, which was the first conference I had ever been to. After a slight mishap, where I went into the wrong building and was asked if I was there for the L’Oreal conference (I admit, I… Continue reading Guardian Reading for Pleasure Conference – Secondary
We have just celebrated the end of our first year of our Channel Island Children’s Book Award with an award ceremony in Jersey library and it was wonderful.
Over the last few years, Schools’ Library Service in Guernsey has had a big focus on teaching and supporting information literacy showing teachers how the research skills we teacher links to the Bailiwick of Guernsey curriculum. Last year we made more of an effort to focus on our offer for literacy. We already offer book… Continue reading New initiatives for promoting literacy from our Schools’ Library Service
Another year, another wonderful World Book Day celebration! Every year here at SLS we invite local schools to put together a team of either Year 6 or Year 7 students to take part in a literary quiz. Ranging from ‘Food for Thought’ to ‘Magic & Mystery’, we put together six rounds of quiz questions for… Continue reading Celebrating World Book Day 2019
Quirky from the outset, Kenneth Oppel’s latest offering Inkling is an innovative look at creativity, honesty and belonging. The story follows Ethan Rylance, the 11-year old son of a well-known graphic novel artist, who finds himself in need of inspiration when a school project pressures him to turn in an art project that is nothing… Continue reading Book Review: Inkling by Kenneth Oppel
SLS Guernsey was asked to write about the impact our ebook collection was having. Find the link to the blog post here.