Inclusive Education


The school library is a staff and students’ Learning Centre that facilitates
the users’ access to a variety of age-appropriate reading resources
including books, magazines, periodicals and e-books. An electronic
library management system is used to manage the daily operations of
the school library and enable students and staff members’ access to all
available resources.

Our school libraries have a variety of selected books on a variety of topics and subjects. All resources are classified in a reasonable and
user-friendly order.
Our school libraries also keep magazines, Periodicals and newspapers which are kept on the reading tables for our students to explore.

Our school libraries function as a driving tool to develop and enhance the practice of reading amongst all community members. All users can use the
resources available in the library to support their explorations and research.

The library uses the Dewey Decimal Classification system (DDC) . The DDC system organizes information into 10 broad areas, which are broken into smaller topics.
Different topics are assigned numbers known as *call number*

This is the (DCC) main list:

● 000-99 General knowledge
● 100-199 Psychology and philosophy
● 200-299 Religion and Mythology
● 300-399 Social science
● 400-499 Languages
● 500-599 Math and Science
● 600-699 Medicine and Technology
● 700-799 Arts
● 800-899 Literature
● 900-999 Geography and History

The school Librarian can provide users with all required support and guidance

The librarian, teachers and head of departments share the responsibility of selecting the library resources

Students can inform the librarian about the book title and fill the (please I need this book) slip, then submit it to the librarian to discuss with the
administration and request it if it is found to be age appropriate, useful and necessary for the student with other available alternatives in the school

The school librarian has kept a record of the library books and resources. Books have been classified according to their subjects. Students can
manually search the library collection by using subject headings or can use the library management system. Signs of library sections are posted on
the shelves in the library to guide students to what they want to find.
Students are allowed to browse the library for a book of their choice or ask for the help of the librarian.
Electronic Database system and on-line library catalog (Researcher) is available in the library, students can find their required books or topics easily
by searching the library system.
Online resources are available in the school libraries.

Click below to access the library books:

Destiny Software link

Students can borrow books from the library for 7 days and they should return the book in a good condition. In case of losing or damaging the book,
the student will be charged the price of the book or will be asked to replace the book with a new one.

The working hours of school libraries are from 7:30 am to 3:00 pm from Sunday to Thursday.