November 2023

Celebrating international school libraries, liberating spaces for disabled users, the Creative Arts and a sense of belonging, reading for empathy and looking for the small things when job-hunting. 
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A sense of belonging

The transformative power of Creative Arts education Holly Sullivan, Head of Creative and Expressive Arts at The Alice Smith School, Malaysia, looks

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Small things matter

Ensuring a fulfilling experience teaching abroad No one wants to end up at an international school in a position that is an

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School Readers

Helen Thew, school Book Club doyenne! Consilium Education library specialist, Sal Flint continues her column – School Readers – in which she

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Ask the author

Making your author’s visit a wow! School librarian Sal Flint is a veteran organiser of school visits by authors and illustrators. According

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Great School Libraries

Do all school libraries have equal futures? Not in the UK, according to recent surveys. Mary-Rose Grieve of Hartland International School looks

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High quality information?

Open-access sources and student research Should schools be recommending open-access sources to their students for their research? Robert George, Head of Libraries

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Reading for empathy

Developing the explicit teaching of empathy through reading In preparing young people for the challenges ahead of them, empathy has a vital

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