Activities and Services for Young People Aged 12-18
Glasgow libraries run a variety of events and services for young people aged 12-18. In addition to our regular learning posts we have various themed events taking place in our libraries - keep checking the website for regular updates.
To find out what's taking place in your local library visit our Events Diary here
In addition we have a wide variety of stock aimed specifically for young people with teen fiction, the latest in Graphics Novels, CD-ROMs, DVDs and CDs to be found in all of our libraries.
School Library Magazine
School librarians and teachers across Glasgow have been working with pupil magazine clubs and journalists Laura Kelly, Fiona Gibson and Dan Freedman to create Yaldi!
Yaldi! is a magazine for secondary pupils to explore their writing talent, inform their audience and promote reading and writing for pleasure.
Issue 1, featuring book reviews, short stories, author interviews and more creative writing material, is available now in both your local library and school libraries.
Keep an eye out for the sports-themed Issue 2 which will be published in August 2012.
FRESH FACED Summer Schools
July and August 2012
Tramway FRESH FACED summer school offers week long classes in a variety of art activities which help you explore and expand your creative talent
This year there are week long classes in printmaking, moving image and digital art, 3d work, dance and critical writing.
Calling all young journalists!
If you are between the ages of 13 and 17 and wou
ld like to report on local news and stories happening in and around Cardonald, come along to Cardonald Library on fortnightly Monday evenings at 5.30pm starting on Monday 3 October.
We will be putting ideas and stories onto the Evening Times Community Website, and we need your help to make it a success!
It's FREE and fun, everyone is welcome and no experience is necessary.
Homework Clubs – The Learning Post
Suitable for S1- S4 pupils, our Learning Post tutors will help you find information for school and project work using library books, CD-ROMs and the Internet.
Check your local library's page for details on when these events take place.