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SLA School Library Design Award 2011 - Rosendale Primary School, London

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Presentation of Rosendale Primary School, winner of the 2011 School Library Association School Library Design Award

Presentation of Rosendale Primary School, winner of the 2011 School Library Association School Library Design Award

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  • 1. Title ‘ creative, innovative, resourceful’
  • 2. ‘ Children who enjoy reading learn to think creatively, engage with ideas, encounter new worlds.’ Booktrust
  • 3. Bus Delivery
    • Exciting iconic environment
    • Involving whole school community from its arrival
  • 4. Bus Design
    • Child centred
    • Flexible
    • Open-plan
    • Library and learning zones
    • Calm environment
    • Uncluttered
  • 5. Interior Images
    • Reuse of seating and fabrics
    • Integrating existing bus features
    • Minimal palette and accent colours
    • Light and space
  • 6. Interior Images Integrating existing features into overall design
  • 7. Garden Layout
    • Tranquil haven
    • Extending library environment
    • Break time books and story tellers
  • 8. Volunteer Workforce
    • 100+ Parent / Carer Volunteers
    • Local Businesses
    • Sponsors
    • Donations
  • 9. Volunteer List
  • 10. Ownership and identity ‘ If you were to step into a story book, where would your journey take you?’
  • 11. Identity and Signage
    • Shelf Labels
    • Badges
    • Stickers
    • Reading Scheme
    • Press
  • 12. Invite
  • 13. Michael Morpurgo If anybody asked me to open a library, I’d go like a shot because it’s so important that they’re there.’ MM
  • 14. The Future
    • Learning links with Book Bus, Zambia
    • Pupil Librarians
    • Clubs, publications, website
    • Visiting authors, storytellers and puppet shows
    • Family reading
    • Integrating new technology
    • Continuing input and development
    • A creative model to share with other schools
    • Innovative educational environments

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