The library is open to all the members of the school on every working day. Pupils should visit the library frequently and do intelligent reading and reference work without neglecting general good reading.
“I have somewhere seen it observed that we should make use of a book as a bee does of a flower. She steals nectar from it but does not injure it” – Cotton.
Staff and pupils should bear the above in mind when making use of library books.
Strict silence should be observed in the library.
No members shall take any printed book or note book into the library.
Books must not be marked or defaced. The pages should not be folded and used as book marks. Pupils should examine each book before borrowing it and report to the librarian any damage found therein. Should they fail to do so, they will be held responsible for any damage detected after their use of the book.
Periodicals placed on the magazine racks should not be mishandled. They should be replaced on the racks after use.
Reference books and periodicals will not be issued, but are available for reference within the library.
Staff and pupils shall make good any books or library property damaged by them. If one book of a set is damaged, the whole set should be replaced.
Date labels shall not be tampered with.
The librarian may recall any book at any time even before the expiry of the normal period of loan.
No staff or pupil are allowed to lend books to anyone in or outside the school.
Library books will not be lent either to pupils or staff during the vacations.
Books when in use must always be covered and they should not be left about on verandas or in the sun.