Here at Branston we wish to encourage and develop students’ love of reading. Our school Library is an excellent resource for all students as well as the wider Community. The Library is open every lunchtime for students to read, borrow and return books, complete homework or join one of our clubs. On Tuesdays we have a reading club and on Fridays a “Knit and Natter” group. The Library is the main Library for the village and is a part of the Lincolnshire Library Service.

The opening times for the public are as follows:

Wednesdays: 09.30 am – 12.15 pm and 13.30 pm – 17.00 pm

Fridays: 9.30 am – 12.15 pm

Saturdays: 9.30 am – 14.30 pm

If your child is a member of any Lincolnshire Library, they are automatically a member of Branston Library and should use their card or have a record of their membership number in order to borrow a book from the Library. If you have not yet become a Library member, please do so by following the link and enrolling your child.

Please encourage your child to visit us and remember that numerous studies have shown how vital the link is between reading and academic success, positive well -being and developing empathy in individuals.

Suggested Reading

Please peruse the suggested reading lists for children, teenagers, and young adults in Key Stage Three (KS3), Key Stage Four (KS4) and Key Stage Five (KS5) of secondary education using the reading lists and websites provided below. There’s a wide range of fiction, nonfiction, classic, contemporary and diverse titles to choose from.


“The School Reading List curates children’s and YA booklists. We recommend new and classic children’s books, young adult books and teen books to teachers, parents, librarians, home educators and schools in the UK and worldwide. Our highly qualified and experienced team has been creating online resources since 2011.”





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