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1. Bookstock

The Library has over 13,000 books (Fiction & Non-Fiction), audio books are available for use in the library, as well as a wide selection of magazines and newspapers, which both support the curriculum and engage the students' interest.

·   The Non Fiction is classified under the common Dewey system. There is a separate Sixth form section.

·   The Fiction is divided into sections:

General Fiction / Senior Fiction for yr9 upwards (both shelved by author) and ‘Quick Reads’ (easier level books aimed particularly at year 7’s, reluctant readers, and those with special  needs).

Students can search the library catalogue by author, title or keyword.  Library staff and the Student Library assistants are happy to assist at any time.


2. Newspapers, magazines and Resource files provide additional material.


3Careers Section

Careers leaflets are backed up by additional material, books, college and university prospectuses, and specialist website subscriptions .


4. A photocopier is available for student to use, credit of £2.50 will be added to the students' account each month.



 A basic stationery range is sold. New books are available for purchase through book magazines, also the library holds two book sales annualy.


6. I.T.

Computers and laptops with Internet access are linked to the school’s network, and are available for girls to use.

If girls have difficulty getting computer access they can ask staff for a priority booking.

There is a  scanner and a colour printer .

In addition the Library also has 18 ipads for use in the library and for loan to teachers for class use.