School Librarian of the Year 2019
We have now accepted your nominations for the 2019 Warwickshire Student Librarian of the Year award.
Nominations were invited from secondary schools in Warwickshire for students in Year 8 - 12 who have been a pupil librarian for at least 2 academic years (including the current one).
Shortlisted applicants were asked to submit a short plan for a piece of reading promotional work at school, or three reasons why they would be a worthy winner. We will be announcing the winner in December, so please keep a look out on this page for more details!
The award highlights how young people across Warwickshire are actively using and investing in their school libraries and is a wonderful addition to any personal statement.
As well as a goody bag, book token, badge and certificate, the winner will be invited to attend the Warwickshire Secondary Book Award and Warwickshire Year 9 Book Awards, offered a day of shadowing in a public library of their choice, invited to attend SLS training and offered the opportunity to join existing Reading Hack groups or help set up a group in a local public library.
For more information about the award and application process please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ellan Fraser from Myton School being awarded Warwickshire's Student Librarian of the Year award for 2018.
This award is now in its third year, launched in memory of Elaine Dodson, a charismatic and talented school librarian who worked at Myton School in Warwick.