Celebrating international school libraries, liberating spaces for disabled users, the Creative Arts and a sense of belonging, reading for empathy and looking for the small things when job-hunting. 

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Reading for empathy

Reading for empathy

Reading provides the perfect vehicle to develop empathy, according to Helen Mulligan of Empathy Lab.

High quality info?

High quality info?

Head of School Libraries, Robert George, takes a look at both sides of open-access sources and student research.

The sea belongs to me

The sea belongs to me

Matthew Savage reflects upon his experiences as he steers his recently disabled body through an able-bodied world.

A sense of belonging

A sense of belonging

Holly Sullivan, Head of Creative and Expressive Arts, explores the transformative power of Creative Arts education.

Ask the author

Ask the author

Planning an author visit? Sal Flint talks to children's authors about what you need to do to make it special!

Great School Libraries

Great School Libraries

Mary-Rose Grieve looks at the Great School Libraries campaign and urges all librarians to get involved.

BSLN

BSLN

BSLN is a new support service for librarians from Consilium Education. Register here for networking and free training.

Small things matter

Small things matter

Job hunting? Ron Rosenow has advice about the smaller things to be considered when weighing up opportunities.

School Readers

School Readers

Helen Thew talks to Sal Flint about her four favourite books, from Chemistry Lessons to Who Moved my Cheese!

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