Welcome to the Broxbourne School Library page. The Library is a vibrant environment where students can read, undertake private study, and complete their homework. The sixth form study room which overlooks the Library from the mezzanine level contributes a calming, scholarly atmosphere. After the school day, Top Up Club is available to support our students with their homework.

We actively encourage students and staff to visit the Library to browse and borrow books from our extensive collection of fiction and non-fiction. Up to three fiction and three non-fiction titles can be taken out at any one time. Additionally, we have a large collection of magazines which cover most subjects in our school including specific titles for our A level students.

There are also bi-weekly Library lessons and a guided reading programme during form-time tailored to support literacy. A key tool to support reading is the Literacy Pro Programme. Each student in Year 7 and Year 8 is expected to read at least one book every 2 weeks. As the Literacy Pro Programme monitors each student’s reading, comprehension skills, and the amount of reading they undertake, it is a good aid to measure a student’s progress and can be a great motivator for encouraging reading.

The Library has regular displays which highlight Library topics and reflect our diverse Broxbourne community. 

We are open from 8.00am till 4.00pm Monday to Thursday and 8.00am until 3.00pm on Friday with the Top-Up Club running from 3.15pm to 4.15pm Monday to Thursday.

We look forward to seeing you in the Library! 

Please see below for copies of our library newsletters

Newsletter - September 2023

Newsletter - October 2023

Newsletter - November 2023

Newsletter - January 2024

Newsletter - February 2024

Newsletter - March 2024

Newsletter - April 2024

Newsletter - May 2024

Newsletter - June 2024

Newsletter - July 2024