All the World’s a Story: the CILIP School Libraries Group Conference 2018

All the World’s a Story, the SLG National Conference takes place at the Kents Park Conference and Training Centre in Milton Keynes from the 27th to the 29th April!

From a gorgeous opening evening giving you the chance to mingle and meet with colleagues from across the country while being entertained by stunning story-tellers to hearing authors talk about their craft, including Meg Rosoff, Robert Muchamore, Emily Thomas and others. Seminars about marketing your library, transforming lives through education, exploring history through learning and more!

There will be inspiring speakers including SLG Chair Caroline Roche, CILIP CEO Nick Poole, Miranda McKearney OBE founder of the Reading Agency and a whole raft of others; but don’t just take my word for it check out the SLG 2018 Conference Programme for full details!

Once your appetite for continued professional development and networking has been whetted, download the booking form and book your place today!

Booking opens at 9am today

Costs

Bursary

The SLG is offering a bursary to cover the cost of the weekend, excluding travel and Friday night accomodation.

Applicants will need to write an email detailing why they should be chosen by February 16th, this will still allow time for the EarlyBird booking should they be unsuccessful.

Those applying need to be members of SLG, for more details on how to apply or to submit your application please contact the chair of SLG at chair.slg@cilip.org.uk

The successful applicant will be asked to write an article about the conference for School Libraries in View and maybe also live-tweet during the conference itself.

Downloadable Forms

SLG 2018 Conference Programme

2018 SLG Conference Booking Form

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