Welcome to Whitehills Library –

At the heart of our school

Our librarian, Mrs Frodsham, is in school every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.  She is assisted by a great team of Pupil Librarians from Years 4 to 6.  All classes from Year 1 upwards visit the library regularly to select their own book.  Children in Years 1 to 4 may keep their books for 1 week, pupils in Years 5 and 6 have a longer loan period of 2 weeks.

Our school library catalogue can be accessed here – CLICK HERE FOR LIBRESOFT LIBRARIAN


You can log onto our library catalogue from home.  You and your child can browse the books that we have in the library, see which new books have been added recently, check your child’s loans and read and write book reviews.  Each child has an individual login.  Mrs Frodsham or the class teacher will be able to assist with logging in.


At Whitehills Primary School, we know how important reading for pleasure is.  Below are links to some great websites to help with choosing books and getting tips on encouraging your child to read.  You are the best role model for this; talk about reading; share your favourite books; ask your child what they like or don’t like about their books.


Useful Websites

The Reading Agency is a charity that supports reading for children and adults.  They run The Summer Reading Challenge in local libraries and ChatterBooks reading groups in schools and libraries.  Lots of activities and games, and a Book Sorter to help choose your next book.

The Reading Agency

The Summer Reading Challenge


We run a Scholastic Book Club and occasional Book Fairs.  Any books purchased earn the school rewards to spend on books for our school.  There are some great bargains to be had.  Click on the link below to discover more



Love Reading 4 Kids is a great site for finding recommendations for books for children to try, organised by age group.

Love Reading 4 Kids


The children’s information book publishers, Dorling Kindersley, have a great website for those more interested in facts than fiction.  Arranged by school topics, it is brilliant for helping with homework or for those who just want to know more!

Dorling Kindersley Find Out


Also try:



Books for Topics


Follow us on twitter for all the latest library news as well as competitions and author news @Whitehillslibr2

Did you know you can access a great range of children’s e-books through the County Council Library Plus service? Click below to find out more:

Northamptonshire County Council