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Our library is open during term time from 8.30am to 4.30pm. Our library staff are Ms Mead, Learning Resource Centre Manager, and Ms Brown, Learning Resource Centre Assistant. Homework Club takes place in the Library every day from 3-4pm with staff available to give support to students.
The library stocks a wide range of fiction and non-fiction books, as well as newspapers and magazines. There are also 24 computers for students to use for homework and research.
Visit our Library online site to search the library catalogue, see the latest additions, read student book reviews, and find out about our book of the week. Stuck for ideas on what to read? Check out the recommended reading lists at the bottom of this page.
How do I borrow books?
All students are members of the library and have their own accounts. Students can come to the library at break time, lunch time and after school. Year 7 and 8 students also have a library lesson once a fortnight. Students can take out two books at a time for a period of three weeks.
Three book clubs run in the library from 3-4pm.
- Year 7 and 8 Book Club takes place on Thursdays. Students take part in the Southwark Book Award which shortlists six new books published in the last year.
- Year 9 and 10 Book Club is on Wednesdays. Students read and discuss the latest young adult books and shadow the national Carnegie Medal.
- Manga Club on Fridays is open to all year groups. Students take part in the Excelsior Award for new graphic novels, create and share artwork, and watch anime.
Drop Everything and Read
At the start of the school day, every student and member of staff stops what they are doing and reads for 20 minutes. It's called Drop Everything and Read. Tutor groups in Years 7 to 9 all read the same title together, with tutors or students reading aloud. Books have been chosen with themes to engage the students in debate and discussions and authors include Patrick Ness, Neil Gaiman, Sally Gardner and Benjamin Zephaniah.
|Year 10 Summer Term Book List 2019||05th Apr 2018||Download|
|Year 7 Summer Term Book List 2019||05th Apr 2018||Download|
|Year 8 Summer Term Book List 2019||05th Apr 2018||Download|
|Year 9 Summer Term Book List 2019||05th Apr 2018||Download|
|Action and Adventure||16th Apr 2018||Download|
|Fantasy||16th Apr 2018||Download|
|Horror||16th Apr 2018||Download|
|Mystery and Thriller||16th Apr 2018||Download|
|Sci Fi and Dystopia||16th Apr 2018||Download|
|Sport||16th Apr 2018||Download|
|Teen and Young Adult||16th Apr 2018||Download|
|What to Read After Diary of a Wimpy Kid||16th Apr 2018||Download|
|WW1 Stories||16th Apr 2018||Download|
|WW2 Stories||16th Apr 2018||Download|
|Year 6 (Transition) Summer Term Book List 2019||03rd Jul 2019||Download|