Mount Annan High School

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Emailmountannan-h.school@det.nsw.edu.au

Our Library

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Mount Annan High School Library

 

Our Library was established in 2003. The Library is the hub of the school and often humming with activity.

It is a Resource Centre that is used by students and staff.

The Library is opened at Recess and Lunchtimes every day.The library is a meeting place for students and a place to relax. Students are are able to sit with friends, use resources access computers and borrow books.

The Library contains a collection of over 14,000 physical resources including books, magazines references and DVDS. The book collection includes Fiction, Senior Fiction, Picture Books, Non Fiction and Teacher Resources.

At Lunchtimes we have a Chess Club for anyone to play. Students can do their homework with help from the Teacher Librarian.

Students are encouraged to share their ideas about reading and the books that they love to read.

Students can borrow  2 books for 2 weeks.

Students are able to renew books if they need to.

All students are encouraged to  borrow books for the school holidays.

Every student is issued with a Library ID Card in Year 7.If the card is lost or stolen please ask the student to come and see me to order another card.

The Library system that we use in NSW Government schools  is OLIVER.

Premiers Reading Challenge

The Premiers Reading Challenge (http://online.det.nsw.edu.au/prc) is a NSW government initiative and its aim is to encourage students to read. We support the PRC challenge in our Year 7 Library classes.All  the books in the PRC collection are labelled and easy to locate.

The Library also supports Scholastic Bookclub.Students can collect order forms and order books on- line via the Scholastic Website.

My role as the Teacher-Librarian at Mount Annan High School is to work together with students to achieve a love of reading and to enhance successful  life-long learning.

The Teacher Librarian - Mrs Shellie Cochrane and Jacqueline Taylor

Library SASS - Mrs Amie Hopkinson and Mrs Angela Ollis