Listening Books now offers over 100 curriculum based audiobooks direct to all schools who are part of the LGfL – National Grid for Learning, to be used with pupils with SEND. All teachers in all LGfL schools as well as students in London special schools who are LGfL users can now access these audiobooks with their USO username and password.
This is a fantastically convenient way of accessing our audiobooks as you won't need to download any software or remember any additional passwords. You only need to enter your LGfL username and password and this will bring you straight through to the Listening Books audiobook service. All of the titles here are available to stream 24 hours a day.
Listening Books is a charity providing a service for people with print impairments. As such, our audiobooks can only be used with children and young people who struggle to read books in the usual way due to an illness, disability, learning disability or mental health condition.
There are some great titles available to support pupils from Key Stage 2 to A-Level including GCSE English Of Mice and Men: The Text Guide and Killer Exam Tips for Biology, as well as lots of fantastic fiction titles including Face by Benjamin Zephaniah and The Story of Tracy Beaker by Jacqueline Wilson. All of these titles can be played to a group of students straight from a PC or laptop or pupils can listen individually through headphones. To find out more about the benefits of audiobooks for your students, click here.
These titles are only a selection of what Listening Books has to offer. Schools can access our full collection of thousands of audiobooks through a membership subscription. To find out more about membership, click here.
Author: Louise Gooding