As you read last term, Archbishop Temple School has signed up to Lancashire's Year of Reading 2018. Our school library continues to develop and expand, with displays being changed all the time, so that pupils are keen to sit and relax with a book during break and lunch or select a book to take away to read at home or quietly in school.
The Technology Department have kindly lent the library a selection of dresses created in year 10 and 11 Fashion and Textiles classes.
"The larger individual garments, photographed above, are last years year 11 students GCSE final controlled assessment," said Mrs Smith, Teacher of Fashion and Textiles.
"The selection of smaller dresses on display are made as part of a skill based project in year 10 that enables pupils to learn about pattern cutting, fabric manipulation and construction. Pupils worked extremely hard on their garment which can be evident their appearance."
They are a wonderful addition to the library's gallery of artwork currently being displayed.
A new Science display has also been added, to enable pupils to select a book that deepens their knowledge and understanding in the subject.
There is also a colourful new Spring display. The displays encourage children to choose a book that they may never have considered before and also highlights stock and promotes reading for pleasure.
May we remind pupils that they should carry a reading book with them every day, as there may be opportunities within any school day to read quietly.
Posted by Mrs L Brown
Category: Love Books Library Blog