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We're really pleased to be welcoming our Year 7s-to-be to the Library this Spring. We hope you all enjoy your visit and learn about the many opportunities the Library offers you at Pembroke School.
We'd love to hear about what you enjoy reading or what you'd like to read between now and September. The Library has so many good books to choose from! Spot a good book on your visit? - ask to save it to collect on Welcome Evening or Welcome Day, and you can borrow it over the Summer.
Visit our Year 6 recommends page to add your choices.
We had a variety of activities going on to celebrate books and reading on this year's World Book Day.
Competition was fierce between tutor groups and scores close.
Secretive construction project in 1979 turned out to be the construction of the Millennium Falcon for the Star Wars films The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi.
The film producers "approached Marcon Fabrications, a heavy engineering firm that serviced the UK's petrochemical and oil industries, including those in Pembrokeshire.
What clinched the deal was a skilled, local workforce and the availability of the town's enormous aircraft hangars, home to the Sunderland flying boats during World War Two."
"A permanent exhibition of photographs, artefacts and memorabilia will now be in place to celebrate the town's links with the "fastest hunk of junk in the galaxy".
Check out the fantastic video created by our Welsh Department to celebrate the day in 2014!
Amazon trek: Hotlist
Coastal Flooding DME: Hotlist
Hotlist to support Year 11 students with their Geography DME on Coastal Flooding. Don't forget the many other resources in the Library too to broaden the research! Check Heritage Online for more info.
In honour of the fantastic author Louise Rennison, who brought such laughter and fun to her books and who will be much missed, this week's English and Welsh words are:
Tell us what either or both words mean and you can choose a word for next week!
I pray no child of mine should ever descend into such a place as a Library. They are indeed most dangerous places and unfortunate is she or he who is lured into such a hellhole of enjoyment, stimulus, facts, passion and fun.