Reading is a fundamental tool that we learn in school and use in everyday life. That’s why Larkhill Primary School is proud to be joining schools around the world in celebrating International School Library Month.
Organised globally by the International Association of Librarians, this month highlights the importance of these amazing spaces, and the hardworking staff and volunteers that make them run.
The theme of this year’s event is ‘Connect with Your Library’. This promotes the idea of getting connected through technology and computers. You can see what other schools around the world have been doing to celebrate here: https://iasl-online.org/ISLM.
This year, we’re continuing our focus on literacy and reading in our school. It’s essential to make sure every child is developing their reading skills that will help them throughout their life. Weaker reading and writing skills are often damaging to other important academic and social skills.
You can find more information, advice, and resources for helping your child develop a love of reading here: https://www.larkhill.wilts.sch.uk/home-learning/reading
Reading at home also gives children a great advantage, and if you would like to borrow books to enjoy with your children at home, please talk to your child’s teacher!
We are excited to recognise this event and to celebrate librarians as we continue to promote the link between literacy, creativity, and academic progress.