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Homework Support Sessions
What is a Homework Support session?
Somewhere you can get help with your homework or projects. Sessions are free and you can use all the facilities to get any information you need.
Homework Support sessions happen after school and some are available in the holidays. Times vary, so choose the link to your local library below, or phone 0121 303 2175 for details.
The sessions are really meant for 11-16 year olds, but younger children are welcome too.
What happens at a Homework Support session?
Specially trained staff help you find, understand and use information which will help with your homework and projects. They can also explain how to use all the other resources a library offers, like computers, printers and photocopiers. (All libraries offer facilities for photocopying and printing during club-time). You can visit as often as you want, and stay for as long as you want.
We won't do your homework for you, but we'll help you do the best you possibly can!
These are the libraries which have Homework Support sessions:
All libraries also have free internet access, and there are also some special subscription websites which you can use for free! Some of these subscription websites can even be used from home using your library card to log in!
You could also have a look at some of our Homework & Revision Websites or our A-Z of Useful websites.
Help with your Homework - in libraries and on the web