The Resource centre is a dynamic learning space which offers a flexible learning environment to all students and staff and supports their learning and information needs.
It provides a space for students to:
The Resource Centre is a shared space and we ask that all students maintain a level of behaviour that aligns with the Responsible Behaviour Management Plan.
Our reading collection
The Resource Centre collections includes:
- Senior fiction (Yrs 10-12)
- Teacher reference
Student book Loans:
Middle School Students: Year 7, 8 & 9 students may borrow:
- (2) fiction books – three-week loan period
- (1) non-fiction – one-week loan period
Senior Students: Year 10, 11 & 12 may borrow: 4 books, up to and including 2 non-fictions. Loans periods are a fortnight for fiction and a week for non-fiction.
Titles labelled Senior Fiction are available for loans to senior students only.
Students need to return items before roll class, during lunch breaks or after school, not during class time. Due return dates are stamped in the back of the book when loaned.
Please come and speak the lovely library staff about your interest in E books.
Students have 24-hour access to the Library's video collection via ClickView online. ClickView is a digital video library, subscription based, with the capability of capturing all free-to-are television programmes.
Check out the tutorial on accessing and using ClickView online. If you do not have access to ClickView online, ask any of your teachers for help.
EBSCOHost is an Australian/ New Zealand database of primary sources; periodicals, journals, newspaper and reference books with abstracts, indexing, full text articles and Harvard bibliographic details.
GALE database is built up of multi-curricular online resources. It has inclusive images, audios, videos, link to websites and primary sources regarding Science and History.
World Book Online:
On-line World Book Encyclopedia of articles, maps, primary source materials with text-to-speech capability and an Harvard citation builder.
Printing, photocopying and scanning
Full printing, photocopying and scanning services are available in the Library.
Students are to access the photocopier and print assignments outside class time unless attending the resource centre and accompanied by a teacher. Printing and photocopying by students will incur a cost; it is taken from their annual Student Resource Scheme print credits.
Please ask for assistance if you are unsure how to access or use these services.
Open both lunch breaks Monday to Friday;