Our school library is well stocked with a range of fiction and non-fiction texts. All students in Y7 have completed a library induction lesson with our librarian to ensure that they understand how to use the library and associated resources effectively. We actively encourage students to check out books regularly, whether this be from the school library or one of the excellent libraries in the city.
Where can I get books?
Acomb YO24 3BZ
York YO23 2RB
York YO30 5SJ
York YO23 3SU
York YO24 1LR
The Reading Room
York YO19 5PW
St Oswald’s CE School
York YO10 4LX
York YO32 9QJ
New Earswick Library
The Folk Hall
York YO32 4AQ
York YO26 6JT
Rowntree Park Reading Cafe
Rowntree Park Lodge
York YO23 1JU
19 The Village
York YO32 5XS
Tang Hall Explore
The Centre @ Burnholme
York YO31 0HA
- Make books a part of family life; let your child see you as a reader
- Join and visit your local library
- Let your child choose what they want to read to help them develop their own interests.
- Read about something they’re interested in.
- Get comfortable, make sure your child has somewhere comfy to read!
- Ask questions to keep them interested in the story: ‘Where did we get to last time?’, ‘Can you remember what’s happened so far?’ and ‘What do you think will happen next?’.
- Read whenever you get the chance – Have a book with you for any time your child has to wait, like at the doctor’s or the dentist.
- Understand that book covers are important. If books are attractive children will want to read them.
- Don’t assume that just because you enjoyed the book – they will.
- Look out for books that have won awards.
Summer Reading Challenge
- Summer reading challenge letter
- Reading Passport Log Presentation
- Reading Log Passport
- Trip Advisor Review