’Reading adds newer dimensions to the body of knowledge. We at R.P.S. Narnaul, believe in inculcating a reading culture that enhances and compliments the education system. Books that capture the imagination of students, reconfirm their facts and open newer doors of intellect are carefully chosen and made available to the students. We have a well equipped library for the students.
Books on varied subjects are available here. Reference Books and Magazines keep the students abreast with all that’s happening around. Students are encouraged to give their suggestions about the kind of books they would like in the library, and our librarian does his bit to carry their suggestions further.
The Role Of School Library
The school library is integral to the teaching and learning process. The school library facilitates the work of the classroom teacher and ensures each student has equitable access to resources, irrespective of home opportunities or constraints.
While the role of the school library remains constant, its design, digital platform, strategies and tools change as pedagogy and technology changes.
Create and develop motivating, flexible physical and digital learning spaces.
Run independent learning programs, which integrate information resources and technologies.
Equip students with the skills necessary to succeed in a constantly changing technological, social and economic environment.
Collaborate with classroom teachers to plan, implement and evaluate inquiry-based programs that will ensure students acquire skills to collect, critically analyze and organize information, problem-solve and communicate their findings.
Provide and promote quality fiction to develop and sustain in students the habit and enjoyment of reading for pleasure and to enrich students intellectual, aesthetic, cultural and emotional growth.
Cater for differences in learning and teaching styles through the provision of, and equality of access to, a wide range of curriculum resources - fiction and non-fiction, digital, print, audio and video.
Provide teachers with access to relevant curriculum information and professional development materials within and outside the school; and opportunities to cooperatively plan, implement and evaluate learning programs