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Homework Help

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Homework help is free and available at your local library.

 You can:

  • Join a homework club at your local library where you can access the Internet and our e-resources and receive free printouts (ask the Library for details). 

  • Use the reference library which includes dictionaries, atlases and encyclopaedias.

  • Take books home covering a whole range of topics from the Romans to Recycling.

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Our fantastic e-resources are available at anytime of the day and includes:

 

  • Britannica Junior - An encyclopedia designed for children aged 5-11 years. Britannica Junior has accessible information on a wide range of topics and includes pictures and sound. Articles can be printed out to help with homework projects.

 

  • Britannica Student - A reference designed for secondary school students, but useful for everyone. Provides access to more than 15,000 encyclopedia articles that are lively and fun to read.

 

  • Encyclopedia Britannica - Gives a wide range of information from a reliable and authoritative source. The in-depth coverage provides the full text of over 75,000 articles and news headlines. Vivid graphics and sound bring many of the articles to life.

 

Log on using computers in your local library or use your own computer, all you need to do is register as a member.