This is the page for Adam Lancaster, Librarian, Book/Reading and literacy Consultant.
Adam Lancaster is an experienced practitioner working with schools, libraries, publishers, reading charities and literacy boards. He contributes to work with children, adults and teenagers and has a full range of service provision.
As Chair of the Federation of Children's Book he has organised many national events including conferences, National Share-A Story Month and is the founder of the National Non-Fiction Day, twitter book forum #fedbkgrp and Illustration project Illustr8or.
In his work as a school library advisor he has worked with schools on their resources, policies, pre and post Ofsted and students in helping to create fulfilling reading cultures.
NATIONAL NON-FICTION DAY
I will be speaking again at this years LBF
Check out the Insets page for details
Follow me on twitter @dusty_jacket
Regular chat on BBC Three Counties Radio
Work for Civitas on KS1/2 Resources
Work for Save the Children on resources
It has been a busy time of the year with numerous INSET sessions going on across the country.
I am also currently working with Peters Books on a new online product for schools and libraries called Impact through Reading. This exciting product aims to put the library at the centre of literacy improvements and reading for pleasure in schools.
It is a tool to track and prove impact and to share resources and strategies with colleagues across the school. We are currently running user group sessions across the country so look out for one near you!
Illustration and Visual Literacy Project
Click on the link to download the presentation I gave at the recent SLG AGM
-Embedding information literacy in all lessons
-Librarians as curriculum leaders
-Librarians as teachers
-Creating a whole school literacy focus
-Literacy & the library in new Ofsted framework
-Mapping and tracking students reading
-Intervention & the library, inc iPad's & Kindles
-Creating a community of readers