The Pupil Library Assistant of the Year Award is a joint venture between the School Library Association and the CILIP School Libraries Group. As well as promoting the work and achievements of pupils within their school libraries, work which involves dedication and commitment but which often goes unnoticed and unrewarded, it also highlights the benefits and values of the school librarian.
Do you have a pupil librarian who could become the Pupil Librarian of the Year 2017?
Someone who is reliable, volunteers regularly and who has made a difference to the library, being a role model for others?
Someone who is an example of the synergy between a school library and the pupils?
Why not nominate them?
Watch out for more details when the award opens on September 19th
The award is supported by a number of leading children’s books publishers and the company, Authors Aloud UK, and judged by a panel of leading figures from the children’s book world and school library community.
For further information including nomination forms, contact details and sponsorship: http://libpupilaward.wixsite.com/home
About the CILIP School Libraries Group
The School Libraries Group (SLG) of CILIP affirms that school libraries and school library services are fundamental to the development of a literate population able to participate fully in a thriving democracy, culture, civilization and economy. www.cilip.org.uk/slg
About the School Library Association
The School Library Association is an independent charity that believes that every pupil is entitled to effective school library provision. The SLA is committed to supporting everyone involved with school libraries, promoting high quality reading and learning opportunities for all. Website: www.sla.org.uk