All libraries can get you books on the main homework subjects.
Some libraries also have special Homework Collections.
Free to access online subscriptions.
Try these online references:
- Britannica Student: Britannica Student can help with researching homework topics
- Looking for ideas of what to read next or who writes like your favourite author? Lovereading4kids and Fantasticfiction will help you search for suggestions
- Look at our leaflet for young people
- Check out our blog norfolkshelftalk.edublogs.org run by and for young people. See recommended reads, reviews and more. Litcham School is currently looking after it. If you are a school or youth group interested in looking after the blog, to find out more email Norfolk Education Library Service and email@example.com
- Borrow up to 15 books for free, for up to 3 weeks at a time to read for fun and relaxation or to help with your studies
- Download e-Books e-Audio books and e-Magazines free of charge on to your smart phone, tablet or other device
- Libraries are not just about borrowing free books. It’s cheap to also borrow films, games and music
- Use computers free of charge including office software, email and the Internet. You can print for a small charge or save your work on to a memory stick.
- There is free Wi-Fi in all Norfolk libraries
- Meet friends, look at magazines and join in with events and activities – Click to find out more about some of the projects young people have been involved in: Our Norfolk Story the 2015 ImagiNation blog for young people Yarmouth Strikes Back , Carry On Bridge
- Want to know more about our Shelf Help Collection of books to support young people's mental health and wellbeing?
- Interested in volunteering in a Norfolk library? Find out more here
Children’s University have teamed up with Norfolk libraries to offer children a range of fun activities.
All the accredited activities in libraries are free.
Download the activity sheets and take them to your local Norfolk library to complete and gain a stamp in your Children's University passport.
- Write a review of your library
- Write a review for a book, CD, game or DVD
- Interview a Librarian
- Find out facts about your library
- Design a new cover for a book
- Discover the library subject index
- Research your favourite subject
- Discover a new interest
- Complete the History quiz
- Work together with adults in the library
The Summer Reading Challenge counts too.
Also look out at your local library for events that provide an hour of learning and can be awarded a stamp in your Children's University passport.