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Medals of Service for Library Monitors


​Congratulations to our hard-working Library Monitors whose dedication to their work help make our school Library such as exciting and vibrant place. The following gives an insight into their role:

'Being a library monitor is a rewarding experience for all, with parties, challenges and getting to know the library from inside and out. The numerous jobs available include shelving books, using Alice and generally helping Mrs Roche and others. Being a library monitor is also great for finding new books because, when someone returns it, you shelve it and discover it’s a book you’ve wanted to borrow. Being a library monitor is an enjoyable activity. With all its fun experiences, it’s an amazing program!' (Written by Alex - 6D).

Last Monday twelve Year 6 library monitors received 'Medals of Service' at the Ironside school Assembly. This honours their extra commitment to helping train 'next generation' library monitors and in performing many of the duties mentioned above by Alex.

To see a photo of the recipients please see ISS Newsletter Edition 38.

Thank you to their patient leader Teacher-Librarian Ms Roche.