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At Queensbridge our vision is to have a school where pupils are empowered with the master skill: Reading

We read for learning and we read for pleasure, widely and often. Through all aspects of school life, we strive to ensure that every student has a reading-rich experience throughout Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4. This gives our learners the best start in terms of both academic success and personal wellbeing.

Our library is literally and metaphorically at the heart of our school, where it is a well maintained and popular hub of creativity and learning. Mrs Chilton, our Reading Engagement Mentor and School Librarian, is on hand at all times for advice and support with matching pupils to their next favourite read.

Check out our news stories below to get a flavour of some of the wonderful reading and book related events that are happening in the library, in lessons, and beyond at QB.

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  • Staff are Reading!

    Published 06/05/24

    QB Staff Recommendations

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  • King of Nothing

    Published 15/04/24

    QB favourite returns 

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  • Bibliomaniac

    Published 08/04/24

    The Heath Bookshop’s Music and Literature Festival

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  • Benjamin Zephaniah

    Published 04/03/24

    Benjamin Zephaniah and World Book Day

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  • Happy PALentine

    Published 14/02/24

    'PAL-entines' Day & Lunar New Year Celebrations

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  • World book day

    Published 05/02/24

    Staff BookFace Fun

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  • Non-fiction is here to stay

    Published 08/01/24

    Research shows that non-fiction is more popular than ever before

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  • New York Times best-selling author

    Published 13/11/23

    ‘Have you tried Greggs yet?’

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  • Word Play Festival

    Published 06/11/23

    Local Bookstore support QB readers

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  • Book Pumpkins

    Published 23/10/23

    Spooky scares in the Library

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  • National Literacy Trust

    Published 23/10/23

    Haunted Birmingham

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  • Take 10

    Published 16/10/23

    Take 10 to Read for Mental Health

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