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Mission Statement

 

To create and develop a love of reading by offering books and resources that all members of the school community can access.

 

The school library is open to all pupils during the school day and is manned part time by our Library Manager.  All classes have an allocated library session during the week and these times can be found below.  Please can parents ensure their children have any library books in their book bags on their allocated day to enable the children to change their books if they so wish.

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

 

Year 1 1pm - 2pm

 

 2H - 1pm - 2pm 

 Year 4 1.30pm - 2pm

Year 3 1.30pm - 2pm

Year R 1pm - 2pm

Year 1 pm - 2pm

 2J - 2pm - 3pm

 Year 4 2pm - 2.30pm

Year 3 2pm - 2.30pm

Year R 2pm - 3pm
 6E 3pm - 3.20pm

 Library open to all

3pm - 3.20pm

 Library open to all

3pm - 3.20pm

 6P 3pm - 3.20pm

 Library open to all

3pm - 3.20pm

Year 5/6 Library open for exchange of books 1.30pm - 2pm

 

Year 5/6 Library open for exchange of books 1.30pm - 2pm
 

Year 5/6 Library open for exchange of books 1.30pm - 2pm Year 5/6 Library open for exchange of books 1.30pm -2pm Year 5/6 Library open for exchange of books 1.30pm - 2pm

 

We have a wide variety of books and resources for the children to borrow and these include magazines and DVD’s along with age appropriate Fiction and Non Fiction books.  All books can be borrowed for 21 days excluding magazines and DVD’s which are on a 7 day loan period.  Reminders will be sent out to the designated guardians email address and we would ask if you could please reply to them as soon as possible. If the book is no longer at home and we are notified we can mark it as missing to enable your child to borrow any future books.

 

What Do I Choose?

 

This is a guide to help you choose the appropriate book for your Reading Level.

 

Picture Books – can be found in the kinder boxes suitable for Infant children.

1 Stripe – Stories with very basic text and lots of pictures for children who are beginning to read.

2 Stripe – Stories with simple texts and lots of pictures.

QR – Stories with short chapters and some pictures for children who are gaining confidence in reading.  These books are chosen by the Library Manager from the Children’s Fiction section as suitable reading material especially for Years 2 & 3.

Easier non-fiction information books are labelled with either an Owl on the spine or a Yellow Smiley Star.  These non-fiction books have been classified by the school as suitable for our younger children.

3 Stripe – Picture and puzzle books for older readers. Year 3 up

9+ are suitable for any child who are aged 9 or above

Yr 6 only – age 11 up & T books suitable for children in Year 6 only.  These books will at times contain teenage content.

 

All classes have elected Librarians who are responsible for selecting books and returning them from the class book corners.  They do this every half term to ensure the class book corner is up to date with the relevant topic they are learning in class that half term.

 

We have a number of Pupil Librarians whose role is very important in the day to day running of the library.  They are responsible alongside the Library Manager for the general upkeep of the Library and are always there to give any children advice or help on using it.

 

 

This link will take you to The Reading Cloud where you and your child can log in and have a go at the activities available.
For Reading Cloud help and guidance please follow this link.
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