The Library is situated on the first floor of the Masefield Centre and plays a central role in the life of the School. It is extensively used for reading and research throughout the day and is a popular venue at break times, lunch times and after school. It offers a venue for Sixth Form private study periods during the day and hosts Homework Club and Boarders Prep in the evenings.
Open from 8.30am to 4.30pm during the week and staffed by our Head Librarian, it houses over 20,000 printed and online resources. The Library provides free access to academic online databases such as JSTOR and the Science Reference Centre, as well as a wide range of academic journals and popular magazines. Warwick School will always be passionate about the printed book but now our students can also download e-books and borrow e-readers.
All new boys visit the Library as part of their Induction Programme and find out how to find and use information in the Library. Boys also make regular class visits to the Library throughout the year to research information for project work and for reading.
Head Librarian - Mrs L DeVouge-Bernards MA, MI
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Library has been awarded a national GOLD SLS-UK School Library Award. This nationally accredited award recognises the outstanding library service our school librarians provide for our students, staff and parents. It also recognises the role of the school library in supporting Warwick School’s vision.