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JS Library in Review 2015 3R's : Reflect, Refine & Revitalise
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Book Hooks designed using the Green Screen
This term interested student have created a Book Hook using the Green Screen, some creativity and the iPad app Green Screen by DoInk. The process involved 4 st (More)
SEPTEMBER – SHARE A STORY -SWAP A STORY
SEPTEMBER – SWAP A STORY For the month of September we are going to take a slightly different approach to the physical swapping of stories and instead swap stories by swapping the author and writer of the story in a Junior School progressive story w (More)
NATIONAL SIMULTANEOUS STORYTIME: Celebrating LITERACY@SALC
NATIONAL SIMULTANEOUS STORYTIME  May the 27th 2015 See the website link for more information about the event. AARON BLABEY Yesterday, we celebrated NATIONAL SIMULTANEOUS STORYTIME for the first time (More)
LITERACY CELEBRATIONS 2015
During Literacy Celebrations Week we will be participating in many literacy activities designed to engage, challenge and promote the value of literacy. Some classes  collaborating with other Junior School classes and in some cases with Senior Scho (More)
RECOMMENDED READ ALOUDS
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Which book would you read to the world?
“Everyone needs stories read to them: Mum, Grandpa, the dog, and the monster under the bed.” Source More)
What kids want in books
Great reading and visuals at Scholastic\'s Reading Report Screenshot sourced from (More)
CREATING A LISTENING POST IN YOUR LIBRARY OR CLASSROOM
How to create a listening and literacy promoting environment. More)
JUST A REMINDER
We offer parents the opportunity to be members of our school library. We have some parent specific resources in the Parent Library collection as well as resources from the general collection. Please see the JS Library staff to complete your bor (More)
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