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Library events and activities suspended

Bexley Library Service regrets that from Wednesday 18 March 2020, all library events and activities (for adults and children) will be suspended until further notice as part of our developing response to the current coronavirus situation. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused.

Children

Select a button below to view the regular groups and clubs available to children in Bexley Libraries

Resources for learning at home

There are lots of free, fun and educational activities available to help keep your child occupied at home, now that local schools have closed in response to the Coronavirus pandemic. Many schools will have issued guidance on what children can do whilst they are at home, but just in case you need some more ideas, we have come up with some suggestions to get you started.

Online resources for learning at home (PDF document)

 

Bexley Libraries also have some great suggestions for adults who would like to learn a new skill or brush up on their learning while self-isolating at home.

Free interactive learning suggestions


Children's University

Bexley libraries, Bexley Local Studies and Archives, and the London South East Children’s University are now working together! We aim to encourage and support children aged 5 – 14 to become involved in the many and varied educational experiences that are available in all aspects of their lives which extends and complements their learning beyond the school environment.

Bexley are piloting the Children’s University in 5 of their primary schools and with their virtual school for looked after children with the aim of rolling it out further in the New Year.

To learn more please visit Children's University.

 

 


Bath, Book, Bed 

Children’s reading charity BookTrust have launched a free new booklet for all parents/carers of young children, putting stories firmly at the centre of a good night’s sleep.

You can pick up a free copy of the new Bath, Book, Bed booklet, featuring the top tips and advice of TV parenting expert Jo Frost, in all libraries in Bexley.

The BookTrust website features a Best Bedtime Books list and has lots more ideas, guidance and practical tips on ensuring stories are part of every child’s bedtime routine. Visit The BookTrust to find out more.
 


Bookstart Bookstart Pack

Bookstart is the national programme that gives the gift of free books to children at around eight months and three years, along with guidance material for parents and carers.

Find out about National Bookstart

 

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Who's Next Logo

Who Next -When children ask: “Who can I read next?” or “Who writes like my favourite author?” the answers are here.
Click on this link which will take you to the e-Reference page and then scroll down and click on the Who Next image. 


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Penny to the rescue!
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