Library Easter News 2024

Library Easter News 2024

Welcome to our Library Easter News featuring wonderful World Book Day, dressing up, book sales and coming soon our new club ‘Threads’.

World Book Day

The book tokens are out and what an incredible effort everyone made by all our staff and students with their costumes. So much creativity from both staff and students, they all looked superb and it was extremely hard to choose winners.

Huge congratulations to;

Jack YR7, Lilly YR8, Cameron YR9, Thea YR10 and Alexis in Year 11

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For World book week recommendations click here.

Use your World Book Day £1/€1.50 book token to get one of these brilliant reads for free between 15 February and 31 March 2024.

Spring has meant a Spring clean for our bookshelves.

We are selling a selection of books from as cheap as £1 to pupils following world book day. Donations are always welcome if you are having a spring clean at home.

We intend to double up on some popular books and we are thrilled to have added the students’ recent suggestions from the results of our March survey. Our library helpers are working hard.

Our Amazon wish list is still live. All of the donated books have an insert in the front of the book to show our readers who has kindly donated to each book. We are so grateful.

Summer term new club beginning in the library ‘Threads’

After noticing that at least one library table at lunch time was occupied with crochet makers we felt it was time to launch a new lunch club. In the Summer term we will welcome KS3 maker to ‘Threads’ club on Wednesday lunch times. I cannot wait to show you what we have made in the Summer newsletter.

Year 7 Story Time Part 2

After our story time success during National Story Telling Week, we asked back Sixth Form Declan P and Isabel S and Georgie B in year 12 on World book day to read once more to year 7 with the added treat or squash and oreos.

The first group now know who to spot a witch as they were read a chapter from Roald Dahl’s ‘The Witches’ with our readers dressed in black and the second group enjoyed ‘Little red riding hood’, ‘the three little pigs’ and ‘Cinderella from Roald Dahl’s ‘Revolting Rhymes’

A massive thank you to Declan P, Georgie B and Isabel S.