Our School Library

 

'the library is enchanting' (OFSTED June 2016) 

 Here at Sacred Heart School we not only strive to develop a love of reading with our children but we also try to instil a passion for everything literary.  The library plays a significant role in working to achieve this. The library is the heart of our school.

The school library offers children a huge variety of both fiction and non-fiction books to choose from, as wells as comics, newspapers and graphic novels. All of which are regularly updated with new stock. 

We use MLS, Junior Librarian computerised system.  A selection of children from year 6 are trained as junior librarians and help to run the library every lunchtime, Monday to Thursday.  Every pupil can borrow books from the library – Infants 1 book per week, Juniors 2 books (fiction and non-fiction) and return them after a week.

 

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LIBRARY TIMETABLE

Monday       12.30-1pm    Reception                  Book Group   3.15-4.15pm

Tuesday      12.30-1pm    Year 1 and 2      

Wednesday 12.30-1pm    Year 3 and 4  

Thursday     12.30-1pm    Year 5 and 6             Book Group Y6   3.15-4.15pm   

Friday          12.30-1pm    Library Lunch by Invitation

 

 

A selection of our Librarian, Mrs Needham, dressed for Book Character Day!

And she became Dumbledore for Harry Potter Book Night!

 

Mrs Needham is reading...

The true story of  Father Christmas.

Nothing is impossible as this story proves, it is full of the impossible.

A Boy Called Christmas is a tale of adventure, snow, kidnapping, elves, more snow, and an eleven-year-old boy called Nikolas, who isn't afraid to believe in magic.