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At Ryvers’ we believe in the power of reading for pleasure.

As part of our ongoing commitment to Whole School Reading all classes from Nursery to Year 6 will visit our dedicated library every week.

All children will have the opportunity to choose and borrow a book from a wide range of fiction and non-fiction, allowing them to enjoy a book that is right for them.

When they return their book – they simply choose another.

Whether it’s story time, or just time to browse, we like to encourage a love of reading whenever possible.



Working Together With The Local Library

The local libraries in Langley and Slough are a wonderful asset for your children.

At Ryvers we encourage pupils to take part in the Summer Reading Challenges which take place over the long school holidays.

Classes make regular visits to Langley library where they can see for themselves all the benefits of joining.

You can find out more about the libraries in Slough, including how to join by clicking on the link below.

Libraries – Slough Borough Council

Teachers and pupils will use the library to support their subject learning by using the wide rage of non fiction books including:

  • Space and planets
  • The Water Cycle
  • World War I
  • The Egyptians
  • The Victorians
  • Science
  • Animal and Plant Lifecycles


These colourful designs will feature in all the library books for the next year.




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Ryvers School, Trelawney Avenue, Slough, SL3 7TS

Telephone 01753 544 474

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