by Éadaoin Quinn It is always on a Thursday at “little break” when The Mile Post is distributed. The newspaper team armed with bundles of papers, take their places at the lockers and the entrance to the canteen, awaiting the bell. The buzz of excitement is evident as both students and staff rush to get… Continue reading Read All About it! Our School Newspaper – The Mile Post
by: Ciaran O'Doherty It was our pleasure to host the launch of the Inktober Art Exhibition here in New Cross College on 31st January. The exhibition includes the work of students from across JCSP Library Project schools who submitted entries as part of the JCSP Demonstration Library Project Inktober Art Competition. The exhibition includes the… Continue reading New Cross College Library Hosts Inktober Exhibition
by: Kathleen Moran A commemorative silver coin marking 70 years since rock artist Phil Lynott was born was launched by the Central Bank and unveiled by President Michael D. Higgins on November 26th. The launch took place in St. Kevin's College, Crumlin, Dublin - the school Lynott attended in his youth. Every student and staff member, as well… Continue reading JCSP Library in St. Kevin’s College, Crumlin is relaunched as the ‘Lynott Library’
by: Kathleen Moran The JCSP Demonstration Library Project, in collaboration with Jigsaw, The National Centre for Youth Mental Health, has launched the 'Read Your Mind', Book Project in all JCSP school libraries across the country. Self-help books are now recognised as a vital source of support for people experiencing mental health difficulties. Read Your Mind… Continue reading ‘Read Your Mind’ launches in all JCSP Libraries
Welcome to the JCSP Library Project’s brand new blog, a place to share all of the wonderful teaching and learning experiences happening across our Project. What will you find here? Articles on all aspects of literacy, libraries and readingReviews of activities and events in JCSP librariesAnnouncements about new booksBook listsBook reviews from librariansBook trailersCompetitionsAnd much… Continue reading Welcome!