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. There is a charge of £1 for late return. 

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

Opening Times


     8:30 - 12:50



13:20 - 16:15


13:20 - 16:15


13:50 - 16:15


13.20 – 16.15


13:50 - 16:00


Book Club  is on Tuesday after school on a fortnightly basis. See the e-board in the canteen or the noticeboard outside the Library for dates.

Activities Club on Friday Lunchtimes

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.