"People say that life is the thing, but I prefer reading." - Logan Pearsall Smith
"Reading maketh a full man." - Francis Bacon
"The reading of good books is like a conversation with the best men of past centuries." - Rene Descartes
"A good book is the precious life-blood of a master spirit." - John Milton
"A good book is the best of friends, the same today and for ever." - Martin Tupper
"All books are either dreams or swords, You can cut, or you can drug, with words." - Amy Lowell
"People die, but books never die." - Franklin D. Roosevelt
"Books do furnish a room." - Anthony Powell
"Books think for me." - Charles Lamb
"A good book is the purest essence of a human soul." - Thomas Carlyle
"The proper study of mankind is books." - Aldous Huxley
"I have rather studied books than men." - Francis Bacon
are expected to behave in the Library Resource Centre. It is not the
playground and there are pupils and staff trying to work there at all
times. A code of behaviour has been drawn up and each year, pupils are
expected to sign the Guidelines. These are as follows:
No food or drink
Look after the books
Don't lend books to other pupils
Return books by the due date
have their own guidelines for behaviour during free periods. They have
to sign the following:
Library is a place for quiet study, for looking for information and
for using the PC's. Quiet should be maintained.
2. Pupils should never be in the Library during timetabled class periods.
3. Books and PC's are expensive to buy and should be treated with
respect. They can easily be damaged by spillages of food or drink
so food and drink should not be brought into the Library.
4. Mobile phones disturb the peace so they should not be switched
on in the Library.
5. The use of the internet is permitted only to check UCAS e-mail.
Otherwise, a letter is needed from the relevant subject teacher.
6. Please ask the Librarian for help with finding information.