Homework clubs for pupils at Llanelli libraries

Help is at hand for Carmarthenshire school pupils getting stuck into their homework.
Carmarthenshire Libraries and Communities First are getting together to encourage children to drop in to a free homework club.
Homework clubs are intended to attract young people who need extra help with their work, access to free computers and the internet, or just a place where they can have undisturbed, peaceful study.
Children's and Schools' Librarian Catrin Simon said: “We would like homework clubs to be an enjoyable environment where children can learn from each other.”
Homework clubs take place every Monday at Llwynhendy Library and every Thursday at Llanelli Library, 3.30-5pm.
Cllr Meryl Gravell, Executive Board Member with responsibility for libraries, said: “This is a great idea which should encourage children to get together in a supportive environment away from the home and classroom. It’s also another great way to encourage children to spend time in the library, which could be a pastime they’d enjoy for life.”
Homework clubs are free and parents are welcome to attend. (All children of primary school age must be accompanied by a responsible adult.) For further information about Carmarthenshire Libraries, please contact your local library or email libraries@carmarthenshire.gov.uk


Popular posts from this blog

100th birthday celebration at Llanelli care home

Former Gower MP Gareth Wardell the guest speaker at Llanelli Rotary Club

New members for the 50+ Forum