Beginning the 1st of April we will be posting book reviews by pupils and staff. You are welcome to take part by visiting the Library and filling in a micro book review form. we will the post one a day to our twitter page.
Find out what others are reading and what they thought. You may find something new to read!
If you enjoy writing short stories then why not enter one of your best to the Print Express Children's Short Story Competition?
The competition has no entry fee so it's completely free, is open to those between 5 and 13 (there are two age brackets - 5 to 9, and 10 to 13) and the winner will receive £50 in book tokens, and £175 in book tokens for their school.
Here are the entry details:
- Stories should be no more than 500 words
- Stories must be an original piece of fiction
- The deadline is midnight on March 31st, 2017
- Stories can only be entered by a parent, teacher or guardian on behalf of a child
The full rules and details are here: http://design.printexpress.co.uk/the-print-express-childrens-short-story-competition/
Today is the last day of a week of events for Charity Week. Sixth Formers have put together lots of exciting events from the Variety show which always brings out the most amazing talents, to a Murder Mystery lunchtime event. Today everyone was able to come to school in fancy dress and, as always, the costumes have been amazing. We took part here in the Library and had some competition from another pair of Ghostbusters in the Sixth Form!
Our Year 8 girls team won 2nd place in the Chichester Inter School Literature Quiz yesterday!
It was an exciting day and all our teams did a fantastic job and had a lot of fun taking part.
In the afternoon we had a visit from author Andy Briggs to speak to a group of Year 7's. The pupils were able to have their books signed after Andy's talk.
Main School Library
Sixth Form Library
Mon & Fri 8:00-5:00
Tue, Wed & Thu 8:00-4.00
See Library Closure Dates