The Lion Library features collaborative learning spaces, study spaces, a dedicated study area for our senior students, flexible shelving and furniture, and charging facilities.
New laptops have been purchased for class use, and new technologies continue to be installed. Projectors accompanied by remote controlled screens and a TV panel now cater for larger audiences. The Lion Library offers programs, holds events, manages activities and encourages student leadership in our Technology Library Teams project, all of which develop 21st century skills in our students. We look forward to your visit.
LIBRARY OPENING TIMES
Monday: 8:00am to 3:00pm
Tuesday: 8:00am to 4:00pm
Wednesday: 8:00am to 2:30pm
Thursday: 8:00am to 3:00pm
Friday: 8:00am to 4:00pm
Samira Chami – Teacher Librarian
Francie Campbell – Teacher Librarian
Jacqui Hanna – Teacher Librarian
Kathy Emmerson – Library Assistant
Eugenia Khoo – Library Assistant
We have an excellent selection of Fiction and Non-fiction titles which is being updated with new releases regularly. There is also a great range of eBooks which may be found on Oliver. Students can easily access and borrow these by logging in through their student portal.
Years 7 & 8
4 fiction +
Years 9 & 10
5 fiction +
Years 11 & 12
5 fiction +
Fiction – 3 weeks
Non-fiction – 2 week
Premier’s Reading Challenge 2020
The PRC is open to all students in Year 7, 8 or 9. Students can visit the library to borrow any of the books with the PRC stickers on the shelves and on display. We have an extensive collection of PRC titles for students to choose from.
The IT office is located in the library, next to the staff meeting room. Staff are available to help students with any IT queries they may have regarding their device or to help commission new students’ devices.
There are two group study rooms which may be booked at the front desk. These may be booked during study periods as well as at break times. There are also individual study carrels dedicated to students in Years 11 and 12 alongside the carefully organised HSC resources to assist students with their work.
We love to hear what students think of the books they read, and so do the other students. Students can write a short book review on the bright sticky notes found at the new book display. Alternatively, they can write a review directly onto Oliver.
(Some of these are temporarily unavailable)
- Student Run Workshops: Wednesday lunchtimes
- Knitting Club: Wednesday lunchtimes
- Chess Club: Monday lunchtimes
- Peer tutoring: Tuesdays & Fridays – 3:10 to 4:10pm
Read or Relax
Board Games Colouring-in