DPSI houses state-of-the-art Primary and Secondary libraries which are intrinsic to the students' learning process. The libraries aims to support the teaching and learning in the classroom promoting reading and literacy, teaching ethical research skills and supporting language learning.
The DPSI Libraries have a collection of over 10,000 books which includes fiction and non-fiction of different genres, picture books, bilingual books, reference resources for students and teachers and professional development resources.
An array of activities, like Author Study, Novel Study, Shared Reading, Buddy Reading, Drop Everything And Read, Reading Tree Programme are conducted and special events like Author Visits, Book Weeks, Book Fairs and other literacy events are held to encourage students to celebrate and enjoy books. Students visit the library with their classes for lessons on developing their Information Literacy skills, locating and accessing information, organizing and presenting information and the ethical use of information. The Library continuously strives to keep its resources and services updated in the interest of the entire school community.
The library is an integral part of the student's learning process. Students are educated and trained to select age and learner's level appropriate books, e-resources, magazines and journals to aid their research and learning. The Library is the hallmark of collaborative learning and research cum investigative activities by using computer with fast Internet access for both, the teachers and the learners. The students are provided conducive environment and didactic as well as technical support to uphold all the attributes of learner profile of IB programme in their learning process.
During the pandemic, Virtual Libraries have been created to provide access to resources.
Library opening hours
|8.00AM – 3.30PM||Monday to Thursday|
|8.00AM – 2.30PM||Friday|
Students are able to access the library and borrow books in the scheduled library time and may also use the library during various times of the day to facilitate research, projects, and other forms of instruction.
|Nursery to Grade 2||One book/week|
|Grades 3 to 5||Two books/week|
One week. Students who want to exchange the issued books sooner may do so.
Damaged and Lost Books
If a library book is accidentally damaged or is lost, we stress on the responsibility to report it and this will have to be replaced by the student. Replacement copies must be new books and must be the same edition as the lost items, or newer. Used copies are not acceptable replacements. Students will be charged the full cost of any library book damaged or lost by them if they are not able to replace them. They may also be charged for highlighting, underlining or writing in library books, or for placing post-it notes or other adhesive markers in books. Students who are due to pay damaged/lost book fine will not be allowed to check out additional books until the loss is compensated.
The Library gratefully accepts all donations of recent books in good condition. Those that meet our selection criteria will be added to the collection. All others will in turn be donated to another worthy cause. Students are encouraged to donate a book in their mother language to the library on their birthday. Please contact us to make appropriate arrangements.
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