Our library provides a social space to meet, collaborate, research, learn, share, and relax. The staff work to develop a reading culture and raise the levels of information literacy across the school by leading students through processes which empower them to be critical thinkers, enthusiastic readers and skillful, efficient and discerning researchers.
The Oliver library management system, together with the ACEN digital library provide 24/7 access to a wealth of authentic, authoritative, age appropriate resources to specifically meet student and staff needs.
Resources include fiction and non-fiction books, ebooks, audiobooks, videos, journals, encyclopaedias, articles, websites, learning objects, CDs and DVDs.
At Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Primary School Sefton, we have a contemporary library space where the culture of reading is nurtured. The library is well-resourced to promote the value of reading. Initiatives include:
- participation in the NSW Premier’s Reading Challenge (PRC)
- Book Week activities such as author visits
- Book Fair
- Scholastic Book Club