The library of Meisha Academy by Haileybury was built and put into use in 2018 with a building area of 789 square meters. It is located on the 7th floor of the Academy and has an open layout.
The school library can accommodate 50,000 books, 70% of which are original English books. The non-fiction section covers every disclipine and area while the fiction department has the full range of literature from all main genres.The whole library is equipped with the central air-conditioning system, wired and wireless networks. The library is open for 24 hours. Librarians are available from 8:00 to 19:00, and students can seek help at any time to get advice on reading, research or other matters. The library is equipped with self-service book lending equipment, and students can use the ID card to borrow books at any time.
The library is fully covered by carpet and provides students with a comfortable and quiet reading space through a variety of facilities and functional areas. Provide bookshelves, tables and chairs to best meet different learning and reading scenarios. At the same time, meet the needs of quiet learning and group discussions. The library management system terminal also provides a channel for recommending books, and intelligently recommends suitable books for the students.
Students can apply to be a library volunteer and participate in the daily management of the library, such as cataloging, book archiving, event design, etc. In addition, all students and faculty members can submit their opinions and suggestions through Teams, Outlook, library opinion books and oral communication. The Library Management Office will update the library in consideration of the suggestions of teachers and students. At Meisha Academy by Haileybury, students are not only the users but also the builders of the library.
Whenever new books and magazines are to be added, the principle of student development comes first. ‘Readership and Service.’ Cater wholeheartedly for teachers and students. Embrace the concept of,“One Child, One World.”