Library

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Welcome to the Henry Box Library

The Henry Box School Library believes that children who read for pleasure are more likely to do better at school, have more rewarding jobs and grow into more thoughtful, imaginative and resourceful adults. 

Our school library is a bright, engaging space with a wide range of books to appeal to young people.  We work hard to find the right book at the right level for our students.  For reluctant readers, we encourage them to try new authors, quick reads, fiction/non-fiction, graphic novels and magazines.

A school librarian performs the essential task of nurturing a child so they grow from functional reader into book lover and lifelong reader. #SchoolLibrariansMATTER

The library is a whole school resource, hosting lessons, study, research, clubs and events.  It is open daily for brunch and lunchtimes, it is often a safe haven and a great place for students to meet or make new friends, everyone is welcome in the library!

Mrs Smith

School Librarian

 

Opening Times: 

Monday: 8:30am to 4:00pm

Tuesday: 8:30am to 3:00pm

Wednesday: 8:30am to 3:00pm

Thursday: 8:30am to 4:00pm

Friday: 8:30am to 3:00pm

 

Resources:

Students can have up 3 books and 1 DVD at any given time.

  • Wide selection of fiction and non-fiction books
  • 12 Computers for homework & research (Break/Lunchtime bookings)
  • Free printing & copying of homework
  • Newspapers & magazines
  • DVDs
  • Chess and card games

 

Clubs:

Book Club, Dungeons and Dragons, Chess Club and Film Club all meet in the Library.

 

Homework Club

Use the computers, print work, or discuss anything you are struggling with.

Monday: 3:05pm to 4:00pm

Wednesday: 2:05pm to 3:00pm

Thursday: 3:05pm to 4:00pm

 

You can also pop in to return or take out a library book. 

 

Sixth Form Study Area

Within the Library there is a separate silent student area for Sixth Formers. This has its own separate selection of resources, including up to date core English texts and the latest copies of subject textbooks as well as a large collection of extension reading materials.  When the library is free from time tabled lessons the sixth formers are encouraged to use the rest of the library for silent study and have full access to the computers.