Lakes Grammar Senior School Library caters for all by making available/services:
Flexible spaces which provide a range of learning environments from quiet study and group collaboration, to soft furnishing reading zones, class, and small group meeting areas.
A print,eBook, and audio book collection of approximately 10,000 resources, with a varied selection of fiction including classic, popular, and new-release titles across all genresselected to encourage a lifelong love of reading and learning.
Subscriptionservices which provide access to online databases, curriculum aligned interactive resources, and World Book Encyclopedia.
HSC Syllabus Summary guides, and a range of literature study guides to supplementthe study of novels, plays and poetry in the English classroom.
Opportunities to participatein literature-focused enrichment pursuits,for examplethe Premier’s Reading Challenge, our in-house Cognito Reading Challenge, CBCA Book Week, special literary events and writing competitions.
Digital technologies which include desktop computers, laptops, data projectors, an interactive LCD screen, and wireless printing on demand from any location on the Senior School campus.
Information literacy skillsdevelopment through collaboration with classroom teachers, which is curriculum integrated and connected with the students’ interests and needs.
Blue Room –a sensory specialist lunchtime environment, and Makerspace lunchtime activities.
Chess Club, and student-led Book Club.
Opportunities for school service by assisting the Library staff on a regular basis or organising special events/displays.
A diverse range of University and careers information.
Opening hours of 8.00 am – 4.00 pm Monday to Friday, with extended hours during Terms Two and Three with Study Hall after school from 3:30 pm -5:30 pm.