Following the publication of the Ofsted report on Moving English Forward there has been much discussion on the online internet group SLN about what this means for school librarians. At the London Association of Teachers of English last weekend led by an HMI Inspector, it was emphasised that school libraries would feature in inspections of whole school reading cultures where literacy was felt to be an issue. If attainment in English at GCSE and AL English are high, then the library will not need to be included. What will happen, I wonder, to schools who have problems with literacy, and don’t have school libraries any more? Is this finally the resurgence of school libraries that we have all been waiting for? What is your opinion – does this Ofsted report bring it any closer?