New Unity College library appeals to young readers
Principal Kaye Mathwin-Cox hopes the architecturally designed space will make reading even more fun.
Reading is fun – just ask the kids at Unity College.
The opening of a new library at the Murray Bridge school’s junior campus has given students more reasons than ever to come and grab a book.
The space itself was designed to be appealing, with curvy lines and shelves, and different levels and nooks where children can sit.
Making it a place where students would like to spend time was a useful step towards developing their literacy skills, principal Kaye Mathwin-Cox suggested.
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