Sit where you like

There’s usually time allowed during LRC visits for choosing books but there’s not always time to read, so over the last few weeks, 1st year pupils have been finding their own wee places in the library where they can get comfortable and lose themselves in a book.

The green seats, the rocking chair and the grampa chair are obviously very popular, but other pupils choose to lie under the tables or lean up against a shelf or under the computer desks. Anywhere is acceptable so long as it is safe and so so long as they continue to read quietly to themselves for 15 minutes.

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Of course, certain pupils (not looking at Ms McGhee’s class) got a fit of the giggles, but the majority have enjoyed sitting in strange places and some people have come up with really imaginative places of their own.

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5 Responses to Sit where you like

  1. Nicola says:

    Some of the places (Where I would never lie/sit) look quite… weird… But never mind 😀
    It looks like they’re all relaxed.. I would have sat on the chair in the non-fiction bit.. So I did 🙂

  2. Monica says:

    It’s so fun 🙂 i love doing it 🙂

  3. sophie says:

    this is a good video ! great pictures and some good places to sit

  4. Carla says:

    Everybody looks as if they had fun reading wherever they wanted.

  5. Emily says:

    They all look like they are enjoying their silent reading time .

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