We are in temporary accommodation (G22) whilst the new extension is being built, and are looking forward to the new Learning Resource Centre there. In the meantime, we still have events to look forward to.
The Scholastic Book Fair is on this week. There’s a good selection of books for sale, so if you are interested in buying one, bring some cash to school and come along to browse. If your English teacher hasn’t allocated a class visit, speak to Mrs Fry to find out when G22 will be open.
We have recently added a number of new books to the Reading Room section. Find out more on Making Reading Choices Reading Suggestions
Try some of these links for more ideas Readers and Writers
Your vote counts. Take part in choosing the winners in the Stan Lee Excelsior Awards 2015 – either one or both.
Books and voting forms are in your school library now. More details from Miss Johnston or from the website, Stan Lee Excelsior Awards
We are shadowing the Carnegie and Greenaway Children’s Book Awards. To find out more visit the Shadowing website
It is the centenary of the start of the First World War this year and soon our S3 students will be off on their trip to the WW1 Battlefields so this month, instead of our regular author of the month in the School Library, we are featuring books of history, poetry and stories about the war.
Follow these links for more details of what you can borrow.
History of World War 1
Poetry of World War 1
Stories from World War 1
To find out more about Accelerated Reader and Home Connect follow this link
Parents’ Guide to Accelerated Reader
Ask Scotland is an online information service provided by Scotland’s libraries that lets you get real answers from real people direct from your desktop.
Your questions will go to a librarian who will research your query and send a customised response.