At the moment that we persuade a child, any child to cross that threshold, that magic threshold into a library, we change their lives forever, for the better. — Barack Obama
At Forest Gate Community School our Learning Resource Centre provides a flexible place for learning where project work, individual study and group research can all take place.
The LRC provides a supportive and stimulating environment necessary to support a lively enquiring mind giving access to a wide range of books, ICT and other resources. The LRC can motivate pupils and stimulate learning and creativity, providing young people with the means to freely pursue subjects which fully engage them while promoting wider reading. The Library is well stocked with resources that support the curriculum.
Staff work to underpin the school's philosophy of instilling in students a life-long love of learning by providing a comprehensive collection of educational and recreational multi-media materials to support the learning needs of all users and to encourage growth in knowledge through their use. There is a wealth of resources for students seeking to fulfil their potential through study and research.
Reading is at the heart of FGCS and as such the LRC is at the heart of the school. Throughout the year we work hard to create and foster a love of reading for pleasure through many activities, like World Book Day, author events and other events such as Black History Month. Students are very privileged to have regular visits from authors throughout the year. Dan Freedman, Echo Freer and Neil Zetter are amongst our favourites.
8.00am – 4.30pm, Monday to Thursday
8.00am – 4.00pm, Friday
Online Library Management System
To write and view book reviews visit the following site:
LRC News Board
For the latest news and updates see the following document: