We are very proud of our Library and, as we emerge from the Covid19 pandemic, we hope to be able to utilise this area again and show off what a wonderful area it is!
YOU CAN CONTACT US TOO!
We now have an email address to send your Book Reviews, tell us what you have been reading or even pictures of you dressing up as your favourite characters.
Library Opening Hours
Monday for Year 1 and 2
Tuesday for Year 3 and 4
Wednesday for Year 5 and 6
Doors open at 08:10 and close at 08:20, but they stay in the library until 08:40.
Children can borrow up to two books from a wide selection of fiction and non-fiction books.
We also have a library quiz to win a book to keep, puzzles and designing bookmarks as well as looking for Wally from 'Where's Wally' who is always hiding in the library!
ePlatform by Wheelers Books
To support our reading curriculum we are pleased to say that we have subscribed to Wheelers ebooks.
To download the app please use the links below;
Once you have downloaded the app you then go to, ‘find your library’, select Grendon Primary School followed by sign in.
Your child’s username is your child’s first name, remembering to include the capital letter, followed by the first letter of their surname, as a capital – no spaces need to be left.
For example Minnie Mouse would sign in as MinnieM
The passwords are all currently set as ebook. Once you have signed in for the first time you are then able to change your password.
|Grendon's Top Ten eBook Readers
|Hania (Y4)||Ryan (Y1)|
|Asmait (Y6)||Iqra (Y6)|
|Jasmika (Y6)||Ephod (Y6)|
|Ashani (Y6)||Leah (Y5)|
|Lovelle (Y3)||Aaban (Y6)|
This will be updated monthly and there will be prizes available for the top readers!
If you have any problems or if your child would like to review any of the books please email Miss. Caro, our school librarian, on firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are continuing our subscription with First News which lots of children access during their reading lessons at school. This weekly newspaper keeps children up to date with what is going on in the world in a child-friendly way.