Welcome to The Bemrose School Library.
We promote reading for enjoyment throughout the year by encouraging students to participate in library activities and events, library-based clubs and during lessons. Our aim is to improve literacy standards at Bemrose and to engage students’ curiosity across a wide range of interests.
Cross-curricular support is provided in the form of resources and staff. Library staff are always available to help with research and homework.
The genre reading challenge for all Bemrose Students 2019-2020
The Roll and Read challenge is…
A chance to experience reading beyond your usual book choice.
An opportunity to excel!
A chance to win fabulous badges, certificates, postcards and for those who complete the whole challenge a WH Smith gift voucher!
See Ms Lowe for details.
Library Events and Activities
Bemrose Literacy Challenge for KS3.World Book Day events and activities.
World Book Night book give-aways.
Harry Potter Night celebrations.
National Poetry Week.
National Storytelling Week.
POW (Puzzle Of the Week)
DEAR: Provision of form reading books and resources for Y7 and 8.
Information Literacy lessons.
A minimum of one library based quiz/competition per half-term.
Ms D Lowe BA (Hons), MCLIP
8am to 4pm
A warm and friendly atmosphere, at lunch time, in which to enjoy reading.
Promotion of reading for enjoyment.
Open to all years and abilities.
A range of books are experienced throughout the year.
Shadowing of a variety of Children’s Book Awards: Carnegie, Blue Peter, Red House, Brilliant Book Award, Costa.
- https://bba.inspireculture.org.uk (Brilliant Book Award)
- www.goodreads.com/award (Nestle Smarties Award)
- https://royalsociety.org (Science)
- After school on Mondays with Mr Picken. Staff and students welcome.
- Take part in the half-termly themed competitions.
- Email entries to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Film Club is a government funded initiative that gives children the opportunity to watch, discuss and review a diverse range of films –“feeding their imagination and nurturing their social and intellectual development
“Film is a uniquely powerful medium, which can introduce young people to a wider world while promoting better learning, improved social and communication skills and raising aspirations.”