The School Library
Libraries have existed at the King's School for hundreds of years; the present School Library combines the best of the School's heritage with a 21st century outlook.
A collection of early modern books, many belonging to past Headmasters of the School, co-exists happily with the latest in books, journals, DVDs and online reference sources; all this under one Victorian roof - designed by William Butterfield in 1848.
Pupils have access to some 30,000 books, as well as a wide range of periodicals and European newspapers. They can access stock through a customised computer database, designed with their needs in mind. Electronic facilities are also available and the Library subscribes to a number of online resources.
The Library is open every day, including at weekends, and on most evenings, and is always staffed, ensuring that pupils' enquiries and research needs are dealt with on the spot.
The Library also hosts a range of events including exhibitions, poetry readings, lectures and quizzes.
Librarian: Mrs Sarah Gray: firstname.lastname@example.org