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The Learning Resource Centre was officially opened in November 2004 and dedicated to John Acres, a former Deputy Head teacher who sadly passed away in July 2003.

It is a large and extremely busy open-access, multimedia facility at the heart of the school. It offers access to the widest possible choice of resources to support teaching and learning across the curriculum, and contributes to the development of literacy skills by encouraging an interest in wider reading. 

Opening Times
8.00am to 2.45pm, Monday to Friday

Borrowing
Students may borrow books for 3 weeks and DVDs for 2 days. Resources should be returned in good order. If they are lost or damaged you may be asked to pay for a replacement. Please speak to the librarian if there are any problems.

Careers
The library holds general careers information – books, leaflets and website lists, and also prospectuses for colleges, school sixth forms and universities.

Reading Clubs
Weekly Reading Clubs take place in the library. We have a strong link with Marlborough Literature Festival and have taken students to see a number of authors (i.e. Michael Morpurgo, David Walliams and Cressida Cowell)

Chess
The very popular House Chess Competition takes place in the Autumn term. The library has a number of chess sets and these can be used at break and lunch times.

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Eating pancakes on Shrove Tuesday is the last opportunity to use up eggs and fats before embarking on the Lent - a 40-day fasting period leading up to Easter. The pancake has a very long history and featured in cookery books as far back as 1439. #PVSFactoid https://t.co/XWJcN3DpeE
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