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Welcome to the Hampshire School Library Service virtual learning environment, this resource is intended to support schools who subscribe to our service. To subscribe to our services or to find out more, please visit our website.
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Hampshire School Library Service has updated their group sets, we have lots of new sets in Children’s Fiction, Picture Books and KS2 Picture Books. Also, after suggestions from schools we have a lot more Non-Fiction sets based on topics that were requested. Topics such as Great Fire of ...Read the rest of this topic
We are delighted to let you know that The Makery are offering Stop Motion Animation sessions during the Easter Holidays at Libraries across Hampshire.
In these sessions attendees will be guided through the process for creating their own Stop Motion Animation and will have the opportunity ...Read the rest of this topic
Hampshire School Library Service are working exclusively with Lexplore UK to offer a unique, rapid, AI reading analysis tool; based on over 25 years of research. This offering is only available to schools in Hampshire and surrounding authorities.
The unique reading programme uses eye ...Read the rest of this topic
It was a very close affair but Thornden edged away at the end. Second was
Calthorpe Park and 3rd was Oaklands Catholic Secondary. Many
thanks to all the librarians in schools who organised their teams, and to the
parents who brought their children to Winchester for the final. And well
done to all the children who represented their schools so well.
We are delighted to announce that the winner of the Hampshire Picture Book Award for 2019 is
5871 pupils from 122 Schools, across Hampshire took part in the award and spent the spring term reading and sharing the ...Read the rest of this topic
We are delighted to announce that the winner of the Hampshire Information Book Award for 2019 is:
Over 4,500 pupils from 80 Schools, across Hampshire took part in ...Read the rest of this topic
UK are organising a tour of schools for author Martin Brown, illustrator of
the Horrible Histories, to celebrate the publication of his new book Lesser
Spotted Animals 2.
Authors Aloud UK are looking for two schools that would be willing to host an author event ...Read the rest of this topic
The closing date for sending in votes for the winner of the Hampshire Picture Book Award (Year 1) and the Hampshire Information Book Award (Year 4) is Friday 22nd March! So please get your votes into email@example.com.
You may have already received a request to contribute to an independent survey to assess the current situation of school libraries nationally. This research will inform the direction of the Great Schools Library Campaign.
While Hampshire SLS has no direct involvement in the campaign or research, if you would like to contribute a link to the survey is here: http://greatschoollibraries.edublogs.org/