Lunchtime library sessions have been up and running since February half term and have been a popular option for many pupils across the school on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. When visiting the library at lunchtime, pupils can browse the broad range of books on offer, read quietly or do some drawings in a calm and quiet environment supervised by our wonderful volunteers. Pupils can also pop in briefly to return books they may have borrowed, rather than wait until their designated class library session during the week.
When we dropped-in to one of the Pre-Prep lunchtime library sessions this week, Joshua and Jacob (Y2) visited to borrow Beast Quest books, Lily-Belle (Y2) was beginning to write a story and Hazel (Y1) was enjoying drawing rainbows.
When we dropped-in to one of the Prep lunchtime library sessions this week, Nico (Y5) was on Chapter 4 of a story he has been writing on his laptop, Bella (Y6) was borrowing a book with help from Mrs Kalel and Lillie and Lauren (Y6) were reading and relaxing on the giant bean bags.
It has been wonderful seeing the children enjoy this space at lunchtime and we look forward to using the library more and more over time.