Welcome to the WIS Primary School Library!

The WIS library collects materials in English, French and Spanish, including offering a robust collection of digital resources. The Library is staffed by a certified Teacher-Librarian, a tri-lingual Assistant Librarian and two part-time Library Assistants. The library program is committed to supporting teaching and learning in WIS's classrooms, promoting reading, inquiry and literacy, teaching ethical research skills and supporting language learning.

Library News

BOOK FAIR!!

Our Book Fair of new French and Spanish books is underway! Come in and support the Library. Lots of great books are available for all ages. New for this year, you can also order French books online until November 9th. There is MUCH more selection online than at the fair and the purchases still benefit the library fundraiser. Here are the instructions to shop online.
Book Fair hours:
October 30 and 31, 8:00 - 4:00
November 1, 8:30 - 4:00
November 2, 8:30 - 12:00

Author Baptiste Paul presented to K and Gr 1

On September 14th, our kindergarteners and first graders were treated to a lively presentation from St. Lucian author Baptiste Paul, who recently published The Field. Baptiste described his childhood on the island, taught many Creole words and showed us his childhood "best friend" (a soccer ball). 

Two new online resources

  • Storyplay'r - French (and a little English) eBooks with a readaloud feature.
  • Edumedia - Science videos and simulations in English, French and Spanish




more Library News

Newest books

Late Fall 2018 New Books


2017-2018 Year In Review

View the Library's annual report video (yes, it's long. but there was so much to document!):

Library Program Goals and Objectives

  • Support the IB PYP curriculum and teaching and learning in the classroom
  • Teach information, research and citation skills throughout the school
  • Support language development of students at all levels
  • Encourage a love of books and reading
  • Provide information services for students to supplement and complement classroom learning and promote leisure reading
  • Promote effective and independent use of the library and online information sources
  • Promote literacy by organizing book fairs, author/illustrator events and a summer reading program
National Poetry Month 2018