Ebooks, Audiobooks & Podcasts

To support reading from home we are now able to offer our students and staff free access to our collection of nearly 2,000 eBooks and audiobooks.  

Click on the link below to find out how to start borrowing:

A Guide to accessing our eBook and audiobook Library

The library catalogue is full of bestselling, popular fiction titles and will offer students a 24/7, 365 library while our well stocked print library in school is out of action.   Students can have 1 eBook title out on loan at any one time, and that title will automatically return after 2 weeks, or students can return them early in order to loan a new book. 

Many organisations are allowing access to previously paid for reading and audiobook resources. Here we include just a few of the options available.

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Podcasts are available covering every possible area of the curriculum, and are free to listeners.

To listen, you can either download a dedicated podcast app like Overcast or Pocket Casts, listen via Spotify, or listen via a podcast’s own website. Here are a few recommendations: 

  • 99% Invisible - design and society 
  • The Allusionist - language and communication 
  • Stuff You Missed in History Class - history 
  • The Infinite Monkey Cage - science Ted logo1
  • 50 Things That Made the Modern Economy - design, history, business and politics 
  • Articles of Interest - fashion and textiles 
  • Page 94: The Private Eye Podcast - politics 
  • Song Exploder - music 
  • More or Less - economics and maths 
  • BBC Sounds: Documentaries - various topics 
  • You’re Dead to Me - history 
  • We Can Change the World - interviews with inspiring young people 
  • TEDTalks - various topics400x400bb
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