An 11-16 Academy
Welcome to the Library
"When in doubt go to the library."
The School Librarians
Mr Hopkins:- Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursday and Friday breaktime
Mrs Algar:- Thursday and Friday lunchtime
Open before registration, then every break and lunchtime
To register for membership with the Library, all you need to do is give your name and tutor group to the Librarian, you will then be added to the database and entitled to borrow books as follows:
Years 7-11 3 books
You may keep your books for 2 weeks and have them renewed if necessary. You may reserve titles that are already on loan.
The Library stock consists of around 6,000 books both fiction and non-fiction- there are regularly new books available and if you have any suggestions or requests, please come and let the Librarian know!
There is a comprehensive Careers section with prospectuses for VI forms and colleges.
There are 25 networked computers in the Library which can be used for school work and NOT for e-mailing. The computers are available at break and lunchtimes.
There are themed displays of books, both fiction and non-fiction, which are changed frequently.
Thank you to staff, students, parents and carers for donating over 300 amazing books to our library this academic year!
We've had all genres and reading levels donated, but please keep them coming as we're planning on expanding our shelving...
Posted on February 4, 2018 at 22:00
Read for My School 2016.
Our current year 7’s and 8’s have taken part in a National Reading Competition. Many schools have been involved right across the country and many, many children just like ours have had the opportunity to read.
At Stradbroke High School we have been reading a lot, from the 18th January to the 15th April. We enrolled 107 members in our…Continue
Posted on May 24, 2016 at 16:04
On Tuesday 15th March, Finlay Thompson took part in the Area Final of this year's Book Mastermind competition, at Sir John Leman High School, Beccles. Seth Kingdom and Aiden Perkins also came along for support, as runners up from our school round of the competition.
Finlay had chosen to answer questions on 'Awful Auntie' by David Walliams. He had to answer 20 questions in 2 minutes. Finlay was up against children from…Continue
Posted on May 24, 2016 at 13:42