We aim for the Resource Centre to provide a well-resourced, inviting and inclusive environment, which effectively fosters the development of student information literacy skills and promotes a love of literature within students, empowering students to become life-long learners. We also value computer literacy and the use of ICTs as integral to learning, therefore we believe that children’s learning is enhanced when digital technologies are integrated across the curriculum. We also aim to support teachers' professional and curriculum needs through collection development and the management of relevant print and digital resources to align with the curriculum and unit contexts.
10:50-11:10am (first break)
1:20-1:50pm (second break)
Borrowing limits and loan duration
All year levels may borrow up to 2 books at a time. Students must bring along a library bag when borrowing. Student loans are set at two weeks however students may borrow more frequently if they wish.
Scholastic Book Club
This is distributed twice a term, with all purchases accruing points that enable the purchase of new resources for our school.
Overdue loans including lost & damaged books
Invoices will be generated for parents to cover the cost of replacing lost or damaged books.
Our library will host an annual Book Fair to coincide with our school celebrations for Book Week (usually end of Term 3). The book Fair allows students and their families to buy books and earn points for our school to buy additional resources.