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Service Level Agreement and Charges

The Schools' Library Service can offer your school a wide range of up-to-date resources to support children's learning across the curriculum and access to exciting reading material to encourage all pupils to enjoy reading.

As books cost so much to purchase, by borrowing from SLS, you can have items you need for when you need them, returning them when you don't, and requesting new titles the next time. 

A typical primary school can spend £2,833 with SLS, yet receive £15,014 worth of bookstock

Don't allow lack of funds to deprive your pupils of a wide range of literature designed to get children reading. Use the Schools' Library Service as the most cost effective means of bringing books into school.

2014-2015 information and costs

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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 20 March 2014 at 10:56.
The page is next due for review 16 September 2015.