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Homework Help and Study Resources

Our libraries are the perfect place for children and young people to do homework or to study, providing a warm welcome and plenty of space in an accessible, safe environment with a wide range of resources for all ages.

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What we offer:

Your library has:

  • Safe, welcoming, accessible space
  • Friendly, helpful, knowledgeable staff
  • Study spaces – tables, chairs for homework
  • Study guides – to support the National Curriculum including revision guides and work sheets
  • A wide range of resources to support learning for all ages/abilities from reception to GCSE and beyond.
  • Non Fiction Books – covering all topics at different levels
  • Free reservations for children
  • Free print outs and photocopies
  • Homework kit – pens/pencils/paper/felts etc
  • Free computer use – internet, eReference resources
  • Volunteer led sessions
  • Reading for pleasure opportunities
  • Social hub – children can read/work with others
  • Homework Help sessions
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Recommend Resources

Click these links for some recommended resources we hope you will find useful to help you with your learning, either at home or in the library:

Primary resources

Secondary resources

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Children’s wellbeing

Reading Well for Children provides quality-assured information, stories and advice to support children’s mental health and wellbeing.

Books for parents and carers

Being a parent or carer can be hard and the challenges change as your child grows.  Our Parenting collections include a range of titles to encourage, inspire and inform you, and remind you that you’re not alone, as well as to help you to talk about new or difficult experiences with your children.