Formerly the school hall, the Learning Resource Centre is a welcoming environment that encourages reading, research & study.
This inviting space houses a fantastic range of fiction and non-fiction books, daily newspapers, journals and magazines. The LRC can accommodate approximately 200 students: with dedicated areas for reading and sixth form quiet study; three computer suites and school stationery shop. It also provides a focal point for showcasing students’ learning achievements through regular displays and small exhibitions.
The LRC is used for exams and as such will occasionally be unavailable for general use. When closed we will endeavour to arrange a pop-up LRC elsewhere.
Sixth form students have a dedicated space for quiet study throughout the school day, when they are not in lessons, with computers, Key Stage 5 fiction and non-fiction books to support their learning.
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Open every day from 8.00am - 4.30pm (Friday 4.00pm)
Students and staff are welcome to use the LRC before school, break, lunch-time and after school to read, research or study. The Stationery Shop also sells printer credits should students need to top-up their school account.
Homework Support Club
Students are invited to attend the supervised sessions in the LRC after school on Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday 3:20 pm – 4:20 pm.
Reading Cloud Online Catalogue
Our library management system allows students and staff to:
- Manage their own accounts and reserve books
- Access the school catalogue from home
- Use multiple search options to help develop their information literacy skills
- Write book reviews
- Receive automatic suggestions for their next read based on history