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Providing Excellent Library Provision

By Alison Tarrant, MCLIP, MSc Econ Honour List Librarian, School Librarian of the Year Award 2016 Cambourne Village College is in its fourth year. We opened in September 2013 with a single year group, and have been building up year … Continue reading

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Reading Rocks event, October 2016

From time to time, SLG is asked to send representatives to different events around the country to speak or to set up a stand.  This involved us getting involved with a stand in the ATL Conference earlier in the year, … Continue reading

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SLG Regional Conference: Oakham School

Julie Angel, Assistant Librarian at Eltham College, attended our conference at Oakham School on November 1st 2016, and sent us her report of the day: The SLG Regional Conference was held at Oakham School and hosted by Darryl Toerien, Head of … Continue reading

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SLG Regional Event in Kent/SE London

CILIPSLG held one of its very successful Regional Training Days at Eltham College in South East London on October 24th.  The day was heavily over-subscribed, and there are plans to rerun the day next March for all those who were … Continue reading

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Good news!

Good news!  The London and South East group have allowed the CILIPSLG National Committee to also add resources to this site, so from now on you will be able to hear about news and events from all over the country. … Continue reading

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