L I B R A R Y
There is no furniture so charming as books. So, how can an institution of learning not house a library? After all, libraries are places where people and information come together. School libraries do not just support the student population. They also allow the faculty members to access relevant resources and tools which they otherwise may not know of or have access to. A well-stocked library brimming with books on a variety of fields sets into motion the ‘learner’s agency’, where children are free to initiate their own learning process, in their own pace and on their respective fields of interest. Students acquire knowledge that is not limited to their curriculum books. This deepens and widens their thinking capacities.