Co-Teaching at the Prep School

The most up to date research is clear in what it is telling us, that one of the most influential things we can do as teachers is partner up, collaborate and co-teach lessons to our students. The Prep School Library is being driven by this idea as they continue to...

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October – the librarycook strays from the straight and narrow

September librarycook, or, where has the year gone?

Faster than the librarycook thought possible, September arrived.  And with it, or in fact, a few weeks early, the September issue of Delicious. Boasting the usual range of cuisines - everything from a Middle Eastern brunch, to vegetarian Italian, Rick Stein's Greek...

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What’s new in the AHL – Special holiday edition

What’s new in books in the AHL in September

Here are the Library team’s top recommendations  1989 - The Great Grand Final  by Tony Wilson The year was 1989.    The Berlin Wall comes down, Emperor Hirohito of Japan dies, the Exxon Valdez tanker runs aground, The Bangles, Madonna and Fine Young Cannibals rock the...

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October – the librarycook strays from the straight and narrow

august librarycook – waste not, want not!

Zero Waste! screamed the cover of the August issue of Delicious.  Ideas for smarter cooking - for the world and your wallet.  The librarycook is all about the environment, so she read on with bated breath. And there was lots to appreciate - ways of using the whole...

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October – the librarycook strays from the straight and narrow

the librarycook is unfaithful, and la dolce vita

  The librarycook has a confession to make. Sometimes, the siren call of recipes that aren't from Delicious magazine is just too much to resist - the librarycook is only human, after all. So where did the librarycook's wandering eye alight? Not too far from home,...

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Our best books of 2020 so far

If you are looking for your next great read, look no further than the AHL. The Library staff will happily recommend study aid resources or leisure reading for all interests and ages. Start with our top reads for 2020 (above)

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What’s new in the AHL – Special holiday edition

What’s new in the AHL in August

 Here are the Library team’s top recommendations  The Novel Cure : An A-Z to literary remedies  by Ella Berthoud     The Novel Cure is a medicine cabinet for the soul and a reminder of the power of books. To create this apothecary, the authors have trawled 2000 years...

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Edward Scissorhands – a magical movie

Edward Scissorhands – a magical movie

by Christopher Papaioannou Year 12 A 90s German expressionistic unorthodox horror With its colourful sets and fable-like story, Edward Scissorhands is truly a magical film. Visually and stylistically, the film displays aesthetics of both German expressionism and a...

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