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The Library

Welcome to the Hungerhill School library!

The Librarian's name is Mrs Beggs.

The Library Assistant is Mrs Flynn.

The library is a vibrant place where you can borrow resources, including books, DVD's, and CD's. All members of the library have access to all resources. Your designated year group will dictate how many items you are allowed on your account at any one time. Everyone can come into the Library to complete home learning using the computers or books, as well as chilling out reading a book, magazine, or newspaper.

We are open:

Monday - Thursday 8.00am-3.50pm

Friday 8.00am-3.10pm

Home Learning Club:

Monday - Friday 8.00 - 8.30am

Monday - Thursday 3.10 - 3.50pm

Students can receive help with their home learning, or use the Library facilities, eg. computers and printers, but students must be actively doing set home learning during this time.

Stationery Shop

The Library sells stationery every day before school, at break time, and at lunch. Stationery is not sold during lesson times. The shop stocks all equipment required for lessons. Items are sold at cost with no profit being made. 


Code of Conduct

The Library is a quiet place at all times!

To ensure you enjoy using the Library we ask that you:

  • treat others as you would like to be treated
  • move around the Library in a quiet and sensible manner
  • respect staff and other users
  • do not eat or drink
  • do not wear outdoor coats
  • do not share Library membership cards or computer passwords
  • ask a member of the Library staff if you want to use a computer BEFORE logging on
  • leave quietly when asked.

 Please note: students must not use the Library unsupervised at ANY TIME.


Membership

To become a member of the library, students require a permission letter from Library staff to be signed by a parent/carer and returned. On receipt of this letter, students are then enrolled onto the Library system and issued with a membership card.

In Year 7, students are given all this information as part of their Library lessons, which they have once a fortnight throughout the year. They are also given a Library Booklet, which explains everything about the Library. If a new student starts at Hungerhill School after Year 7, they will need to visit the Library during form time, break time, or lunch to collect a letter and booklet and follow the same process.

 

 

What you can borrow

 
Books
DVDs
Years 7, 8 and 9
3
1
Years 10 and 11
5
1
 
Issued for
3 weeks
1 week

 

If a membership card is lost, it requires replacement by a student
at a cost of 50p.