Lockstock Hall Library

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  • Media, Arts and Crafts Skills

    Media, Arts and Crafts Skills

Contact Details:
Alan Whittle
Contact Email:
alan.whittle@lancashire.go.uk
Website:
www.lancashire.gov.uk/libraries-and-archives.aspx
Address:
Watkin Lane Lockstock Hall Lancashire
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Activities
Become a Reading Activist
1 credit per session to be completed in the passport by library staff. Involves young people aged 12-24 to help support library programmes, such as the Summer Reading Challenge. Reading Activists can get involved in a range of activities such as: - Reading buddy to help children with reading - Listen to children read, help them with their review, help put them online for the Lancashire reading trail. Promote (through social media) and assist with Summer Reading Challenge during holidays - Assist at children's workshop - Help us to set up and run a teens reading group - Help set up a young authors group - short stories etc and story bird sessions - Displays - choose and recommend their favourite titles. Outcomes: Help young people to develop a range of work and social skills through volunteering in libraries young people gain: - Valuable work experience - A reference for employment - The opportunity to develop confidence, social skills, employment opportunities and literacy skills - The opportunity to make a positive contribution to their communities - A chance to make new friends. Students gain 1 credit per session
Activity Cost:
Age Range: 4 - 18
Normal Number of CU Learning Hours: minutes
Availability:
4
18
Chatterbooks / Trailblazer
Chatterbooks are reading groups aimed at 8 -11 year olds. Trailblazers are Lancashire libraries branded reading groups for young people following the Lancashire reading trail. The groups generally consist of 4 - 10 young people who regularly meet in the library. As part of the group libraries run different activities linked to reading such as: Short story writing; book cover designing; quizzes; character interviews/ debates; book swaps etc. The groups are intended to be informal and encourage young people to read for pleasure. All chatterbook group members are given a FREE starter pack. Teen reading groups are run within libraries with older young people, following the same format as chatterbooks but with young adult novels. The groups are encouraged to read and review the book for Lancashire book of the year (a programme run with schools for year 9 pupils). Students gain 1 credit per session
Activity Cost:
Age Range: 4 - 18
Normal Number of CU Learning Hours: minutes
Availability:
4
18
Chess Club
Children are taught the game of Chess and compete against one another in friendly tournament’s. Informal Club led by experienced players; an opportunity to learn and develop chess skills. Ages 4-18 years 1 credit per session to be completed in the passport by library staff.
Activity Cost:
Age Range: 4 - 18
Normal Number of CU Learning Hours: minutes
Availability:
4
18
Children’s Activity/Craft Event
Children ages 4 and above are invited to come along and makes a themed craft. Staff are on hand to help and advise. 1 credit per session to be completed in the passport by library staff
Activity Cost:
Age Range: 4 - 18
Normal Number of CU Learning Hours: minutes
Availability:
4
18
Lancashire Reading Journey
Make tracks to your local library and every milestone you reach will take you one step further on your reading journey; follow the signposts to a gift after 4 tasks and then complete all 8 to reach the highpoint and collect a treasured prize to reward your effort. Children can take part from 18th July to 26th September 2015 and those that complete the scheme will receive the journey card, collectable pencil, a certificate and a badge and have the opportunity to join in lots of fun summer activities.
Activity Cost:
Age Range: 4 - 12
Normal Number of CU Learning Hours: minutes
Availability:
4
12
Saturday Club
1 credit per session to be completed in the passport by library staff. Families and children of all ages are welcome to join us for activities and events for an hour every week, where each session is different. Whether its a theme or book, come and join other families and friends as we make, do and explore books together. Something to make, something to take, something to read.
Activity Cost:
Age Range: 4 - 18
Normal Number of CU Learning Hours: minutes
Availability:
4
18