Youngsters are now able to read a book in a new library which has been created as part of a school’s centenary celebrations.
Ten Mile Bank Primary School is marking its 100th anniversary this year with a host of exciting events and projects, which includes the library.
Now the staff and children are hoping to raise £1,000 to stock the library with new books and furniture.
Teacher Maria Higgins said: “We didn’t have a space for a library here before.
“We wanted to create somewhere nice and quiet for children to go and read a book.
“Children are able to go to read individually or it can be used by a whole class.
“This is something the school council have wanted for a very long time.”
The school will also be holding a centenary fun day on Saturday, July 5, to mark the big anniversary.