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School Library

Come to the library to borrow books and return them, to read and to do homework.  Come and read the paper, find out information, ask advice on what to read next, get inspiration about books. 

We are open at lunch times from Monday till Thursday, and break times for quiet reading on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday.


What we expect from you:

In the library we show respect:

Respect for each other – by working quietly and being polite and considerate to others.

Respect for our environment – by treating books and equipment with care and not eating and drinking in the library.

Respect for staff – by being polite and sensible in the library.

What you can expect from us:

You can borrow two books for up to three weeks at a time.

You may use the library computers at lunch times:

For homework

Once you have asked permission from the librarian

And have signed up on the booking sheets.

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