“The lights are calming but the vibrant colours are eccentric – together they work really well! We love it. The staircase still looks fabulous.”
“The Library is amazing. Can’t wait to do some productive revision in the “Personal Pod”. Love the colours.”
“Modern and smart, lots of room for revision and it’s a light, airy, welcoming place.”
At 8.30am the crowds poured in – eager to see the transformed Library. Soon it became a hive of activity with lessons going on in the pods and individual study in all rooms. Harry O’Hare was the first to borrow a book, Leo Sutton tried out the first ipad, Jamie Allum helped set up the wireless mice and keyboards in the pods and Richie Wibbels was the first person to use the Library. It was fantastic to see pupils experimenting with the big screens and Mr Auger’s Maths lesson in the Physical pod. So many questions and ideas – plenty to work on in the coming weeks. We welcome your ideas for educational apps for the ipads and e-magazines and newspapers.
Thank you to all the pupils who are helping us get to know the new technology – informal ipad tutorials and for all your enthusiasm.
Mrs McGregor’s Creative Writing Club are coming in later today – no doubt they’ll be inspired by their vibrant surroundings!