The year 10s are developing resilience and perseverance.
They have coped well with the responsibility of being prepared for book club and setting a good example to the younger students.
Amy Smith, Librarian
The habits of informed criticism and respectful debate are practised during book club, these are cross curricular life skills. I have observed the accelerated progress in the work of the pupils who participated in English.
Dom Jones, English teacher
The format gets children to reflect on a text, to consider the views of other group members and to develop more objective and analytical thinking in a fun and engaging way.
@TheGuardian reported that #Books sales increased by over 5% in 2018 showing that even in this digital age us humans love the physical feeling of a new (or used) book. Finding one can be daunting and sometimes it’s nice to have a nudge in the right direction, so we reviewed a few to get you started!
There are millions of books out there, so if you’re not entirely sure where to start here are a few lovely reviews. You Are Awesome Matthew Syed (suggested for ages 9-12) Think of this book like eating sprouts – it’s good for you! The author is a two times olympian and he both inspires and ...