The Anglo European School Library is open throughout the school day and is a vibrant, busy and popular area of the school where students are able to study, work and read in an engaging environment.
As the Anglo European School Study Club enters its ninth year its popularity and success continues to grow. This unique resource is open to all pupils free of charge every day before school from 8am, during lunch time and after school until 5pm.
Author Jonathan Stroud visited to speak to year 7 students about his writing and series of books, Lockwood & Co, which focus on a London psychic detection agency. An exciting talk that engaged and entertained Year 7 was followed by a book signing session where students were able to purchase a book and have it personally signed by the autho
Darren Shan author of teenage horror and fantasy fiction met with our year 8 students to discuss his new Zom B Series of books. Darren read passages from his first book in the series and went on to answer some fantastic questions from the students about the characters in his books and why he loves writing horror stories. The Year 8’s had an in
Students in year 9 were treated to an inspirational talk from author Meg Rosoff, who’s first novel How I Live Now, was released as a major new film last autumn. Meg spoke about her fascinating life and the events that led her from a career in advertising to a major voice in teenage fiction.
The library streamed a live broadcast with author Robert Muchamore, for World Book Day on Thursday 6th March.
Robert Muchamore is the author of the CHERUB series which has been sold in more than 20 different countries and has won various awards, most notably, The Recruit which has won 8 literature awards.