Schools improve their libraries

New library at Reston Primary School opens it's doors. L-r, Angus Forsyth, Gary Fryer (teacher), Zico Field, Daniel Evans and headteacher Louise Sanders.
New library at Reston Primary School opens it's doors. L-r, Angus Forsyth, Gary Fryer (teacher), Zico Field, Daniel Evans and headteacher Louise Sanders.

The library at Ayton Primary School has been restocked and organised by members of the Parent Council and children now benefit from borrowing the new books and helping to keep the library running.

The Parent Council at Reston Primary School have followed suit and turned Mrs Sanders’ office into a new library for the school.

The next step for the Reston parents is to catalogue and organise all the books as well as getting ‘book bags’ ready for the Nursery children to borrow.

Mrs Sanders, headteacher, would like to thank the parents from both schools who have helped get the libraries up and running.

She added: “Fostering a love of books and reading is one of the most important things we do at primary school and our new libraries really help us create a rich literacy environment for all our children.”