The current library was built in 2003 by forming a roof across a quadrangle between
the Hall and KS1 corridors. We had a ‘lucky’ pupil who won money for the school,
so at the Grand Opening, we had a new computerised system, the ‘Junior Librarian’
programme for issuing books, along with a brand new computer (since replaced). The
library is part of the LRA - Learning Resource Area, the KS1 computer ‘room’ fills
the rest of the space.
There are two teams of Librarians, formed from Year 5 pupils, who ‘man’ the library
during lunchtime opening. They ensure that books are returned and scanned out, with
only one allowed per pupil. Nursery, Reception and Year 1 classes are timetabled
to use the library during class time.
Mrs. Fraser, our Librarian, makes sure that books are kept in school and circulated
No pupils should take their library book home!
New books bought by the PTFA, donated by Bookclub or by pupils are bar-coded for
Quite a lot of the 6500+ books in the library have been bought from money raised
by the PTFA.
Library books are superb. They are all sorts of fun.
Our library is great we have lots of books and computers in there. You can read for
a bit. It’s a great place to settle down. All years have a day to go on the computers
and you can play games or do some revision.
Fab Range of books!
I think that the library is colourful and bright. Also you can learn loads of stuff
out of the books.
IT IS MAD!!!
I think that the library’s really good because other schools don’t have as much variety
of books and one other thing Mrs Fraser is the best person I know about books so
talk to her!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I think that our school Library is GREAT!
It has a huge variety of books for younger and older pupils, also it has computers
and you can sit at the table and have a little study.
The library is a great place to settle down and read! It has lots of interesting
books and computers too.