The Library is situated on the first floor of the Maths/Science/English block.
Usual Library opening times below:
The Library is open to everyone at break and before and after school for homework and revision on a Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
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
These are some of our Ambassadors who range from Years 7-11. At the moment, we have around 15 Ambassadors who were picked due to their high interest in the school library and their love of reading.
Their roles include:
Written by Tyler B on Year 8 Work Experience in The Library.
St Helens is buzzing with local libraries and has some fantastic resources and fun events on throughout the year.
From BorrowBox to magazines from Libby App to Cultural Hubs to Shelf Help, as well as BASH and BLUSH, find out more about what you can gain access to all for FREE by following them on Twitter and Instagram.
Grab a temporary library card here. The library card number can then be used to register for the local libraries' online services, including online eBooks and Audiobooks and online magazines and comics.
Click here to take a look at the St Helens Library Services Catalogue of all their books on offer.
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.
Everyone Reading In Class (ERIC) Time is every Monday, in morning registration where Form groups spend time reading together and with their Form Tutor.
The books have been chosen to take you to interesting places, where you will meet new characters and experience new things!
You can grab a copy of your year's book from The Library.
The rest of this year's events at The Library will be updated soon. Keep a look out!
Book Awards St Helens (BASH) is the annual book award scheme run by St Helens Schools Library Service, where children and young people are encouraged to read modern and enticing fiction, written specially for them.
Through a series of library-based workshops, and by debate and critical appreciation, the students vote for their favourite book and choose a winner.
Each year there is a special BASH celebration event at a library, when the winning title is announced by a prominent children’s author.
St Cuthbert's Library Ambassadors have taken part in two years of BASH now and have thoroughly enjoyed it. It is a fantastic opportunity for children and young people to meet some of their favourite authors and help them develop a love of reading.