The National Library is transforming the way it supports schools to increase the reach and impact of its services. Our vision is for:
all young people to have access to effective and connected library services and library learning environments that support their development as readers and digitally literate learners."
We are developing, implementing and communicating new services to support this vision over a 3-year period. Service changes will start coming into effect from the beginning of the school year. These services will be introduced as prototypes subject to a further year of testing and shaping with schools and an expert panel.
Find out more from the following pages:
School loans coordinator role — information about the role of the coordinator within schools.
Services to Schools transformation documents: Documents available on this page include:
- DRAFT Integrated Services Model, acts as a blueprint as to how we work with our customers to develop, test and refine our services to schools
- The Review of National Library’s Services to Schools 2012 provides the foundation for the development of the new services
- Leading the system-wide improvement of library services – the National Library Services to Schools transformation programme services strategy is the blueprint for the programme of change
- Feedback from Schools for Prototype Service Development
For any questions please contact us on: firstname.lastname@example.org.