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Free Reading (Library)

Our School has always been committed to promoting a reading culture. We enable our students to develop a love for reading, and ultimately, become lifelong readers.
Fortunately, most of the students are already voracious readers. This is an invaluable tool which we harness to its fullest in developing students’ habits of reading to learn. Students are encouraged to read during weekly library lessons, through which some essential library skills are taught. 
Our story books, set books, library collection, magazines, newspapers and online reading materials are updated and renewed constantly. Students are exposed to a wide variety of text types during their library period, the extra-curricular activities session, as well as the opening hours of the School Library and Reading Corner. 
Regular reading activities include reading award schemes, book sharings by students or teachers, story reading by parents and book exhibitions. There are also exciting annual events such as Book Fairs, Heifer’s Read to Feed Activities and World Book Day Programmes. We  work hand in hand with parents to sustain a positive reading culture both at school and at home. 

Library Opening Hours:

Summer Timetable: 7:30a.m. - 2:40p.m.

Winter Timetable: 7:30a.m. - 4:15p.m.

Exam/Test Period: 7:30a.m. - 12:30p.m.