The Library is open to everyone at break and before and after school for homework and revision.
At lunchtime the library is open to specific year groups:
Monday and Tuesday - Year 7
Wednesday - Year 8
Thursday - Years 8 and 9
Friday - KS4
The Library is situated on the first floor of the Maths/Science/English block.
St Helens is buzzing with local libraries and has some fantastic resources and fun events on throughout the year.
We celebrated Libraries Week 2019 with lots of activities and events at St Cuthbert's Library with this year's theme of celebrating the role libraries in a digital world. We joined the rest of the nation by showing what our much-loved library along with the innovative and diverse services and activities that we have on offer here at St Cuthbert's.
Take a look at what we did throughout the special week.
Earlier this month, the whole school took part in 'Make Your Mark'. It gives young people aged 11-18 across the UK the opportunity to get involved and have their voices heard, by helping to decide what Members of the UK Youth Parliament should debate and vote on.
During Library Week, our School Council from Years 8, 9 and 10 helped to count up the total number of votes on issues for the UK and devolved issues as well as local ones.
Some of the main issues were mental health, protecting the environment, welcoming refugees, tackling hate crime and child poverty as well as knife crime.
It was important for us, as a school, to take take part to show that voting is still so important in this digital world we now live in.
Thursday 3rd October marked the 25th Anniversary of National Poetry Day and this year’s theme was ‘Truth’.
We encouraged students to get involved themselves by sharing poems that spoke a truth to them, either ones they had written themselves or ones they like via Twitter using #TellMeTheTruthAboutLife.
We then ran a competition for the ‘Best Poem’ and narrowed it down to four finalists who battled it out with some spoken word poetry on World Mental Health Day to speak their truth. Our Winner, Ella was decided by Mrs Twist, Miss Grimes and Miss Magee and won a copy of this year’s anthology of ‘Tell Me the Truth About Life’.
Joined by the headteacher, Mrs Twist, Chair of Governors; Fr Swanson, the school librarian, Miss Magee and the head boy and girl, Ben and Lauren, Adem proudly cut the ribbon on this new learning space.
Follow more about our events @stcuthbertslibrary.
For the whole month until october 31st, events celebrating African and Caribbean cultures and histories will take place up and down the country.
A week for learning about the causes of bullying, identifying bullying and encouraging people to speak up against bullying, both children and adults.