By Laura Maltby Monday 23 September 2013 Updated: 23/09 09:59
BOOKWORMS at Stratford School can enjoy reading in award-winning surroundings.
Warwickshire Schools Library Service recently presented the Alcester Road school's learning resource centre (LRC) with a gold award. The award recognises high standards as well as enhanced provision of services for students.
Alice Wyatt from Warwickshire Schools Library Service said: "As well as having a fantastic space that encourages and supports pupils at the different key stages, Stratford School's LRC also promotes a love of reading and learning through activities such as book awards, eBook promotions and a book quiz with local primary schools."
And speaking about being the first secondary school in the county to receive the award, headteacher Neil Wallace added: "We are delighted to receive such a prestigious award. Our LRC is a hive of activity, supporting and extending learning within the curriculum and outside of lessons.
"It is a terrific facility made even more special by the dedicated team of staff and student librarians - this award is testament to the impact of their work."
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