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Literacy Support

Group reading sets of 6 copies of the same title and Big Books to support literacy are available on termly loan.

 We also provide boxes of 20 different titles to support fiction in the national curriculum.

Our current Literacy Support Catalogue is divided into different sections

Next term's project requests need to be with us by the end of Summer term to guarantee delivery direct to school Monday 8th - Friday 12th September 2014.

Reading Group Subscription

SLS offer 4 copies of the same title if you wish to shadow an award such as the WTBA, KS2 book award or Carnegie award. This can be loaned for the duration of the award, which may be slightly longer than 1 term. This means more children are able to read the books, yet you are not left with multiples on your school library shelves. The cost for this is £165.

Please contact us or download the relevant SLA pdf on our SLA page


Chatterbooks reading groups are where children aged 8 to 11 have a really good time talking about books. Chatterbooks groups are proving to be a great success and we have worked out a way of helping Worcestershire schools by providing them with boxes and packs of themed related books. For more information, please download the Worcestershire Schools' Library Service Chatterbooks Offer (PDF 87 KB) or visit the Chatterbooks website.

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See also in our website

External websites

  • BBC Learning
    Online learning resources
  • School Library Association
    The School Library Association is committed to supporting everyone involved with school libraries, promoting high quality reading and learning opportunities for all.    
  • The Reading Agency
    Aiming to help children, young people and adults across the UK feel inspired and confident about reading.    
  • Booktrust - Resources for Schools   
    Providing a wealth of resources for teachers, parents, librarians and those who work with young readers.
  • Reading Connects, a DfES-funded National Reading Campaign initiative, seeks to support schools in building their own reading culture.

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This page was last reviewed 11 April 2014 at 11:47.
The page is next due for review 8 October 2015.