Whalley Range 11-18 High School recently celebrated National Libraries Week, an annual event to celebrate and promote our much-loved libraries. This year the focus was on wellbeing.
The 8th of October 2018 saw the start of National Libraries Week. Whalley Range 11-18 High School is proud to have an amazing library with great resources. It is more than just a library, it’s a place where students can come to revise, work on computers, read or carry out research.
In order to celebrate our fantastic library, and libraries in general, a number of activities were arranged. Students could write their own short stories, write an alternative ending to a book that they have read, or take part in lunchtime activities:
Golden Tickets were placed in some of our books and if students were lucky enough to find one they were rewarded with a book of their choice.
At our Craft Club, which runs every Thursday lunchtime in the LRC, students made miniature books. This was a lot of fun and students had a great time designing their own covers.
The week ended on a high note, with Mr O’Hara and the school choir joining us in the LRC with a great performance of popular songs.
Mrs Davies, LRC Manager, said: