The LVS Oxford library is a great place for learners to study, escape into a good book and enjoy some quiet time, but it is about to get much better for learners as the school seeks to utilise it to not only develop social and emotional wellbeing but also academic progress.
To help break down any barriers that may deter learners from using the library, and make it more functional for those already using it, a number of changes are being undertaken.
The hundreds of books at learners' disposal will be separated into fiction and non-fiction, everything will be alphabeticalised for ease of finding the right book, and there will also be a computerised reference system brought in so learners can track exactly what books are available and where to find them.
LVS Oxford will also be refreshing its provision of books, with old books not getting used being sent overseas to benefit others who do not have the same access to books that learners here do.
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