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School libraries matter because they can help every member of your school community gain new knowledge, skills and dispositions for learning and personal development that they will use throughout their lives. It is a central hub supporting every student and staff member, as well as parents and students. The library combines several elements — library staff, resources, and space. Each of these plays an important part in supporting teaching and learning. School libraries are most effective when these elements combine to form an integrated whole.

An effective school library:

  • Improves student outcomes — collections developed for your unique school community enriches reading and learning programmes.

  • Welcomes people in — the library is a safe place, that values and includes students from different cultures and backgrounds

  • Brings people and information together — connections with other libraries and information sources enhance your library’s collections, and help your library staff help users find what they need

  • Embodies the principles of ‘learner agency’ — students having the independence to choose their own reading, and to find resources that help them develop their interests and strengths at their own pace