Out-of-school

17th September 2004 at 01:00
Secondary pupils can benefit in numerous ways from "out of school hours learning"; a new booklet explains how libraries and learning resource centres make a vital contribution. Open All Hours outlines many kinds of provision: reading, homework and revision clubs, Eastersummer schools, partnerships with primaries. It gives practical advice on creating and submitting a bid to major external fund-holders, and on essential matters such as attendance, timetables and celebrations. Five case studies, ranging from Cambridge to Dundee, demonstrate how varied, enjoyable, successful and inspiring such projects can be. pound;6 (pound;5 to SLA members) from School Library Association, Unit 2, Lotmead Business Village, Lotmead Farm, Swindon SN4 0UY

Tel: 01793 791787

Email: info@SLA.org.uk

www.SLA.org.uk

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