Webinar: Gifting the Bookbug Baby and Toddler Bags

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This webinar will support members of health visiting teams to have the greatest impact when gifting Bookbug bags to families.

About this event

The webinar will cover -

  • the aims of the Bookbug programme
  • the contents and purpose of the Bookbug Baby and Toddler Bags
  • key gifting messages to share with families to encourage them to read, sing and rhyme at home
  • the importance of modelling in the gifting process and how to choose activities that support this
  • ways to gift the bags and share key messages with families
  • ways to incorporate the Bookbug Bags and other Bookbug resources into your practice
  • signposting families to local support including libraries, Bookbug Sessions, and digital resources
  • how to get in touch with your local Bookbug Coordinator

Eligibility criteria

Delegates must be involved in gifting Bookbug Baby and Toddler Bags to families.

Accessing the training session - technical requirements

To attend this session you will need -

  • A computer or device that connects to the internet with working audio.
  • To be able to access Microsoft Teams.

Confirmation email

When you register for this training session, you will receive an email from Eventbrite confirming your place. If you do not receive this email, please check your spam folder and check the email address that you entered on Eventbrite.This is the email address we will use to contact you with your link to join the session, so if it’s incorrect you will not be able to access the session.

No longer able to attend? Please let us know as soon as possible

If you have registered and can no longer able to attend please let us know as soon as possible. We understand that unforeseen circumstances happen. There is often a waiting list, so we may be able to offer your place to another person. Either cancel you space through Eventbrite or email bookbugtraining@scottishbooktrust.com or call 0131 541 2342 to let us know.

Privacy Policy

Scottish Book Trust is a national charity changing lives through reading and writing. We are committed to respecting and protecting your personal data. The privacy statement, available on our website, explains why we collect your personal data and how we use it.

In order to monitor the effectiveness of our training and the provision of Bookbug across Scotland, we require all trainees who have attended a funded Bookbug training course to provide us with feedback and share statistical information on an annual basis. To facilitate this process we will share your contact details with the Bookbug Coordinator in your Local Authority. Bookbug Coordinators and Scottish Book Trust will only contact you in relation to Bookbug training, local Bookbug programme updates and to request your feedback. By attending a funded Bookbug training course you are consenting to your data being shared in this way.

If you have any questions about your specific circumstances, please get in touch.

Course details

Course Length: 1 hour

Cost: Places on this session are funded by Scottish Book Trust and there is no cost for participants.

Contact details

For more information on this training session, please contact bookbugtraining@scottishbooktrust.com or phone 0131 524 0179.

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Organiser Scottish Book Trust

Organiser of Webinar: Gifting the Bookbug Baby and Toddler Bags

Scottish Book Trust is a national charity that believes books, reading and writing have the power to change lives. Bookbug is Scottish Book Trust’s Early Years Programme.

About the Bookbug Programme

Bookbug gifts free book bags to every baby, toddler, 3 and 5-year old in Scotland. We also run free Bookbug Sessions across the country. These story, song and rhyme sessions encourage positive interaction between parents and children.



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