Recommended Reading

KS3  

A place for zero-Charlesbridge Math Adventure by Virginia Kroll 

What’s the Point of Maths? DK 

Why Pi?: Big Questions About Math by Johnny Ball 

Equal Shmequal (Charlesbridge Math Adventures) by Virginia Kroll 

 

KS4  

 Alex’s Adventures in Number Land  

Alex Bellos Alex Through the Looking Glass  

Alex Bellos the Code Book  

Simon Singh Fermat’s Last Theorem  

Recommended reading 

ITCH, by Simon Mayo 

ITCH Rocks, by Simon Mayo 

Horrible sciences collection of books (Sounds Dreadful, Deadly Diseases, Chemical Chaos, Bulging Brains, Fatal Forces, Nasty Nature, Ugly Bug, Fatal Forces, Vicious Veg and Painful Poison) 

Kay’s anatomy, by Jacqueline Wilson  

Why is snot green?, by Glenn Murphy  

Born to Fly , by Steve Sheinkin  

Periodic Tales and What If, by Randal Monroe  

Chernobyl Prayer, by Svetlana Alexievich 

Beauty Sleep, by Kathryn Evans 

 A brave new world, by Aldous Huxley 

 The immortal life of Henrietta Lacks, by Rebecca Skloot. 

 Everything, by Steve Jones.  

 Magazines

 Science fiction books for 6-16 year olds

 STEM recommended reading list

DEAR- Drop everything and read sessions run across the school on Mondays.

Students can borrow books from our library during their allocated time slots. Our students are encouraged to approach the library prefects with book recommendations.

We hope to resume half-termly library visits in the new year.