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Coronavirus guidance for Bookbug Session Leaders

Last Updated: 11 June 2021

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This page contains advice for Bookbug Session Leaders on how to mitigate risk and manage Bookbug Sessions during the Coronavirus pandemic.

Please note that this guidance may change at short notice, so please check this page regularly.

We've put together these videos with key tips and advice for returning to face-to-face Bookbug Sessions, and have also included a detailed breakdown to help answer questions you may have below.

Video Returning to face-to-face Bookbug Sessions

Video Returning to in-person Bookbug Sessions – Q&A

Welcoming families back to in-person Bookbug Sessions

Guidance for running in-person Bookbug Sessions

Key guidance documents from Scottish Government

Planning your in-person Bookbug Session

Key reminders for parents

Further support from Scottish Book Trust

To help you prepare for sessions restarting we have a range of resources to support you as Session Leaders, including webinars and training, inculding Bookbug Session Leader Refresher online training, themed Bookbug Session plans and the Song and Rhyme library, and videos of an indoor and an outdoor Bookbug Session run using the above guidance. The Early Years team at Scottish Book Trust can be contacted at bookbug@scottishbooktrust.com(this will open in a new window)