This guide provides guidelines for schools at all levels on the selection, training and management of student librarians, sometimes also known as library monitors.
Managing your school library
Here is a wide range of guides to day-to-day operational library management tasks, along with a guide to disaster management, and a list of the main library suppliers.
Our School library suppliers list provides staff in New Zealand school libraries with a quick guide to suppliers of a wide range of items. These range from things you use every day to major capital purchases such as library furniture or shelving.
Your annual report to the Board of Trustees enables you to show evidence demonstrating the impact your library has had on student learning. Here are some tips on creating a succinct, engaging report that is likely to be read.
These guidelines developed by the National Library of New Zealand and the New Zealand Ministry of Education in 2002, have helped principals, teachers, boards of trustees, and library teams develop their school libraries to support student learning.
In preparation for a visit from the Education Review Office (ERO) here’s a guide for the school library team. This will help you identify and gather information to show how your library supports student learning.