How many books can you borrow?


         2 books and 1 DVD

S2 & 3

         3 books and 1 DVD


         4 books and 1 DVD


         5 books and 1 DVD


         6 books and 1 DVD


DVDs may be borrowed for one night only or returned as soon as the Library is open.

All books, DVDs and fines must be returned or paid for before leaving school.

Opening Times

Days open:  8.30 - 10.25; 10.40 - 13.10; 13.40 - 16.15.
August Wednesday 22nd Thursday 23rd
  Monday 27th Tuesday 28th
September Wednesday 5th Thursday 6th
  Monday 10th Tuesday 11th
  Wednesday 19th Thursday 20th
  Monday 24th Tuesday 25th
October Wednesday 3rd Thursday 4th


Book Club will start after the Tattie holidays on alternate Thursday lunchtimes

Homework Club is in the Library every Thursday lunchtime


How to find a book

The resources in the Library are broadly divided into four areas: 

Fiction: These are story books. The fiction section is divided into three: Adult, Keep on Reading and Junior fiction. These are all arranged alphabetically by the author’s surname.

Non-fiction: These are true books. They are sometimes called fact books, information books, topic or project books. These are arranged by a number system. Numbers and pictures are above the shelves to help you find the information you need. 

Reference: These are also non-fiction books which generally cannot be borrowed. They stay in the Library to be looked at there. 

Careers: There is a fairly comprehensive collection of prospectuses and other careers material available to use in the Library. Some of this may be borrowed. 

The school uses a computer system called Heritage. Fiction and Non-fiction can be found on the catalogue using keywords for subjects, titles or authors.