WELCOME TO THE LIBRARY!


"The aim of the library is to create the environment and facilities where students and staff may read, study and seek information."


LIBRARY MANAGER - MRS B. NEWTON   


OPENING TIMES

Mon - Thursday

7.45am - 3.45pm

Friday

8.00am - 2.30pm

WELCOME BACK TO SCHOOL ...

                                                 We are now open every day to ALL year-groups!

 


WHAT'S IN YOUR SCHOOL LIBRARY?

We have over 10,000 titles in our library including a wide range of fiction, non-fiction, reference, graphic novels, magazines and periodicals. There is also a small DVD & audiobook library.


See the Libresoft  link below to access the library catalogue and search for, reserve and review books


Books-banner – Faith Hogan

 


EVEN THOUGH WE'RE FULLY OPEN TO ALL YEAR GROUPS  WE STILL HAVE A WIDE RANGE OF ONLINE RESOURCES AVAILABLE TO ALL OUR STUDENTS ... FOLLOW THE LINKS BELOW TO FIND OUT MORE:


 LIBRESOFT  

Search the school library catalogue and reserve, renew and review books.


 WHEELERS E-PLATFORM  

Gives you access to over 2000 e-books either as a download or audio-book.


 FOR THE LOVE OF BOOKS!  

Websites and links to all things book related!


 LOCAL NEWS & EVENTS 

Check out what literary and arts events are happening both locally and city-wide.


 TWITTER 

Follow us on Twitter and keep in touch with what's happening both in school and  around the literary world.


 NEWSLETTER 

What's been happening in your library this term? Check out the latest newsletter for news events and much more.


FURTHER READING

What is the impact and effectiveness of school libraries?

What are the benefits of reading? 

Click on the link above to download further reading.


READING FOR PLEASURE

We are passionate about the benefits of reading and the effect it can have on our students progress.

We will be working even harder next term to ensure that all our students are encouraged and have the opportunity to read for pleasure throughout the school day.

Click on the link above for more information.