About the Library

How the Library can support you with reading and learning at home

All loans have been renewed until 30th August 2020 

QR code for this padletCheck out our ‘Virtual AHS Library’ with lots of links to the information below and more! Simply click on the link or scan the QR code. We will be adding to this all the time so keep checking in!

https://padlet.com/tanyaodie/AHSlibrary

There is also a ‘Virtual AHS Library – Senior Phase’ which has additional information around research, subject specific resources etc for pupils in S4-6.

https://padlet.com/tanyaodie/seniorphase

 

 

 

 

Library catalogue

Via this page you can search the entire Shetland Library catalogue. You can reserve and renew books using your library borrower number and PIN.
Please see the link below on how to request and renew your library books online.

(If you don’t know your library card number, you can phone the School Library on 01595 808008 or the Public Library on 01595 743868 or email: tanya.odie@shetland.gov.uk )

Using the Shetland Library book catalogue at home

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The library is a place to study, look for information, find a good read, pick a movie to

watch over the weekend, play a game of Wii with your pals, or just hang out and relax.

We have a great selection of fiction and non-fiction books, DVDs, CDs, local newspapers and magazines, dictionaries, atlases and other learning materials and digital resources. There is also access to computers and a comfortable seating area.

The school library is a part of the Shetland library service. That means we can order books from other school libraries as well as the Public Library and the Learning Centre.

The library is managed by Tanya Odie, full time librarian, and Lynn Goodlad, part-time library assistant.

The library is open  8.30 am to 4 pm Monday-Thursday and 8.30 am to 2.10 pm Friday

Intervals – open

Lunchtimes – open for quiet reading, study/homework, board games, arts & crafts

Pupils can borrow up to eight books for one month.
Books can usually be renewed provided nobody else had requested them.
DVDs can be borrowed for one week, one a time.