About the programme
Our school libraries research review shows that school libraries have a positive impact on all areas of pupils’ learning, including the development of reading and writing skills, their wellbeing and overall academic attainment.
Good school libraries also contribute to the development of a reading for pleasure culture. When effectively run by knowledgeable staff, with a range of high quality books and resources, good school libraries can transform whole school reading provision.
Many schools have limited resources and space. Love our Libraries provides inspiration and ideas that will help schools transform reading in their school communities whatever their current provision is.
How to improve your knowledge of children’s books and school library collection
How to create an effective reading environment
How to engage the whole school community in reading for pleasure
Puffin World of StoriesWe work in partnership with organisations like Penguin Random House to run inspirational projects such as Puffin World of Stories.Learn more
Great School LibrariesWe are pleased to support the Great School Libraries campaign, a three year campaign spearheaded by SLA, CILIP SLG and CILIP.Learn more
Success storyView detailsSchool Librarian Leia Sands describes how the Foyle Primary Library Course has inspired her to fully engage with the whole school community to encourage reading. Success storyView detailsKelvin Brown, Governor at Wychall Primary School in Birmingham, found new and inspiring ways to help pupils engage in reading through our Foyle Primary School Library Course. Success storyView detailsVolunteer librarian Clare Zinkin explains how she used the new Foyle Primary School Library Course to transform Etz Chaim Jewish Primary School's library.