News from The Arthur Holt Library

Reminders

Anthony Bosco

As we near the end of another term, it falls to us to issue a couple of timely reminders. The first is for anyone with overdue books to bring them back into The Arthur Holt Library as soon as possible. We do issue fines at the end of each term, but we would much rather get a book back.

It’s also that time of term when you can reserve a place for next term’s after hours study programme — Study+. Open to all seniors, the programme runs between 6pm and 8pm Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays. We recruit a number of Academic Mentors to help the boys with their revision and assignments, something they always find particularly valuable in Trinity term. An email will be sent to all Senior School parents before the end of term with details of how to book a place via Flexischools.

May we also congratulate Mr Anthony Bosco of the English Department, the first member of staff to complete his Staff Library Bingo card. Notable highlights of his term of reading include a translation of short stories by Izumi Suzuki called ‘Terminal Boredom’ and ‘Psycho Politics’ Byung-Chul Han.

“There are many little ways to enlarge your child’s world. Love of books is the best of all”

– Jaqueline Kennedy Onassis

EVENT CANCELLED

Tuesday, 15 June 2021 | Arthur’s Authors: Dr John Dickson

Due to unforeseen circumstances, our inaugural Arthur’s Authors breakfast event with Dr John Dickson — scheduled for this Tuesday 15/6 — has had to be cancelled. We apologise for the inconvenience and late notice. We hope to reschedule this event early next term and look forward to welcoming you then.


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