Class Blogs 17-18

Library turns over a new page

Broad Heath Library has seen a few changes over recent weeks.

The most important change is the introduction of a Library Admin Assistant, Mrs. Hanan Sherif. She has already made her presence felt with the initiation of new display materials and ideas to get the children reading.

She is enjoying her new role and I am sure that the Library will flourish even more during her time with us. Welcome on board!

Mrs. Sherif

The new book shelving has enhanced the Library by displaying the books in a much more prominent way and making them easier to locate.

The Junior Librarians continue to work (almost) tirelessly to keep the Library area tidy and well organised. We have appointed even more of them, mostly from Year 5, as the work load on the Year 6s increases.

What is the collective noun for a bunch of Junior Librarians!? Let me know your answers!

4 thoughts on “Library turns over a new page

  1. What about the “collective noun” for Junior Librarians? How about:
    a shelf of JLs?
    a volume of Jls?
    a publication of JLs?

    Let me know…

  2. Thank you, for such a warm welcome. Broad heath is such a brilliant school and it is my pleasure to be part of it.
    The school Library is beautiful, covers fiction and nonfiction works, story collections, picture books and magazines recommended for early readers in preschool through Year six. It is a one-stop shop for any reader.
    All of our Junior Librarians are very hardworking and supportive, keep up the good work.

  3. Mrs Sharif is a brilliant member of the team, the children love coming to visit and working with her every Friday. Mrs Sharif, we will be needing your expertise next half term when we look at explanation texts in Year 2.

    The Junior Librarians are setting great examples and showcase what is really means to be a BH citizen, above and beyond.

    • Thank you, Miss Harrison-Brandon. it is my pleasure if I can be of any help.
      All KS1 are brilliant and use the library etiquettes during their visits on Fridays.

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