Pupils get out on the water

Canoeing Trip on the River Tone
Goalkeeper attends Hockey West Perfomance Centre

Year 10 pupil takes next step on Player Pathway
Caving Trip to Devon

A wet and muddy adventure for pupils


The Library is located in Duke’s building in the centre of the School.  The pupils have access to more than 12.000 resources, including books, DVDs, audio books, music, periodicals and newspapers.
Sixth formers may use the Library for their Private Study periods and it is kept as a quiet place where everybody respects the right of others to work undisturbed.
Teachers can bring classes to the Library during lesson time, and during break, lunch and after school many pupils choose to do their homework here or sit quietly and read a book.
Library offers an exciting range of fiction for all age groups as well as a big collection of non-fiction aimed to support the curriculum.  
The Library is open from 8.30am to 5pm, and staffed by qualified and dedicated librarians Mrs James (senior librarian) and Mrs Deakin (assistant librarian).
The Library issues around 5000 books per year, an average 17 books per day.
This is about 10 books per pupil and interestingly, the issue of non-fiction is increasing year on year.


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