Our library supports classroom programs, develops students information skills and promotes reading for information and enjoyment.
The library has a set of laptops connected to the schools computer network providing opportunities to integrate technology in teaching and learning programs.
Every class has a library lesson once a week and students are expected to borrow books during these lessons. We have a large collection of books and a display of new titles...plus over 2000 eBooks they can choose from.
Our exciting library system Oliver is live and accessible from home! Oliver is an exciting interface that helps students search our school library. Students can just go to their portal and click on the link to Oliver.
Now students in Years 1 to 6 can also borrow an eBook at school or even from home by following the instructions on the link...by logging into the student portal or if first time borrowing this way via Wheelers platform. Please Note: the first time a student borrows an eBook they need to go into Wheelers platform to be authenticated or the system won't allow them to borrow a book.
Our library hosts a number of special events such as the Premier's Reading Challenge, Book Fair, visiting performances, Book Week activities and author visits.
Class Library Times for 2023:
Tuesday: KG (Mrs Gordon’s class), 2T (Miss Turton’s class) and 6B (Mrs Bridgman’s class)
Thursday: 3M (Mr Mitchell's class), 4P (Mr Podmore’s class) and 5H (Mrs Hickey’s class)
Friday: 1KH (Mrs Keyes and Mrs Hutchen's class)
The library is an area that can also be used some lunchtimes. The children enjoy lots of quieter activities during library lunchtimes such as drawing, reading, board games, computers and quiet talk.