Stationery and Textbook Requirements
Download the relevant documents below for the stationery and textbook requirements for the year.
Textbooks can be purchased at the Textbook Shop in the Media Centre. Explore Series books must be ordered directly (refer to information below).
The school policy on eBooks is that eBooks may be used if preferred, however the must be sourced by yourself. Please take note that as many of the textbooks we use are workbooks, eBooks are not suitable.
Stationery List - 2019
Stationery may be ordered from our preferred supplier GKS Stationers (not compulsory). The order forms are available here:
Ordering and payment of Stationery from GKS Stationers:
Email your stationery order as well as payment confirmation to email@example.com Cash orders can be placed with Mrs Fulcher. Please make sure the order form as well as the correct cash (in a sealed envelope) is handed in.
Packs that have been paid for by 12:00 on 29 Nov will be available for collection from Room 83 on 5, 6 and 7 Dec from 7:30 – 12:30. All payments received after 29 November 2018 and by 3 Jan will be recorded and ready for collection in Room 83 on 7 and 8 January 2019 (7:30 – 12:30). Orders close on 4 Jan. No orders will be processed after this date.
PLEASE NOTE: All orders / queries must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and not to the school.
Textbook Lists - 2019
Media Centre Textbook Shop Times for 2018/19
Textbooks (new and used) are available from the Media Centre.
These books are available directly from Mrs. Gill Fulcher who publishes the compulsory Explore Series.
New and pre-owned books will be on sale from ...
Monday the 26th of November to Wednesday the 12th of December and then again from the 7th January 2019 between 07.30 and 1.30 on weekdays only.
Please note that 2nd-hand book sales and new books can be paid by Cash, Credit - or Debit Card. Payment for Explore Series is NOT to the school.
RET Textbooks — supplied by the school — will be handed out in 2019 (if all previous years books have been returned)
It is highly recommended that parents purchase books early to avoid having to stand in a long queue in January.