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"Here is where people, one frequently finds, lower their voices and raise their minds" - Richard Armour, 'Library'.
The Library (Learning Resource Centre) aims to provide a tranquil and comfortable learning environment for students and staff and is available for the following:
- Quiet study
- Book loans
- Magazines & papers
- Computing using desktops
The library is open from 08:00 to 16:00 Monday to Thursday and from 08:00 to 15:00 on Friday.
Mrs G Ellis - Learning Resource Centre Manager
Books in the Library are divided into two sections, one for Key Stages 3 and 4 and another for Key Stage 5. There are fiction titles to cater to all ages as well as a wide selection of non-fiction and reference books. Fiction titles are sorted by author's surname; Non-Fiction is numbered following the Dewey System.
There are subscriptions to The New Scientist, the weekly magazine which gives access the most comprehensive round up of the news, ideas and latest discoveries in Science and Technology and also to First News, the award-winning UK national weekly newspaper for children aged 7-14.
Students can borrow two books at any one time, one fiction and one non-fiction. Unless renewed, these must be returned within two weeks.
Break and Lunch Time
Students can use the Library desktops to continue their academic work or to access the college email system.
is now in the Red Zone computer area. This runs from Monday through Thursday from 15:00 until 16:00. The Homework Club is aimed at students in Years 7 to 11 - all students welcome.