The Library aims to serve the school community by providing resources, print and electronic, for the teaching and learning program of the school. In doing this it strives to support the school's vision and mission.
The library endeavours to resource all areas of the curriculum and assist students and teachers with their research needs.
The library provides students and teachers with a range of up-to-date resources to inform all areas of the curriculum.
The non-fiction section is predominantly tailored to resource our unique General Studies curriculum and its needs. The fiction section caters for a wide variety of stages and interests, from picture books to senior fiction.
The library also has a range of additional resources available to teachers for classroom use, including DVDs, cameras, video camera, data projectors, iPads and charts.
Set centrally within the school, the library is a distinctive learning space, where students of all ages can browse, borrow, study, and make use of computers and the internet, thereby engaging in many learning experiences - individually, in small groups or as whole classes.
The library has a stepped reading pit, surrounded by our picture book section.
The pit is used for story time, reading time, DVD viewing, class lessons, low-key games or just quiet reading.
Tables are available for classes, reading or study periods. A bank of eight computers, with internet connection, is accessible for study or research, during class time and lunch time.