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The Learning Resources Centre (LRC) is a multi-award winning, state-of-the-art building that provides excellent facilities for our students.
As a vibrant hub for learning, the bright, airy atmosphere of the LRC provides students with spaces for private study, group work and class work. The LRC is designed, equipped and staffed to help students learn in a way that suits them best.
Collaboration between our teacher librarians and subject teaching staff ensures that the LRC caters for a broad curriculum focus, aligned with the requirements of the Australian Curriculum and the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma. The LRC provides relevant and appropriate resources and innovative technologies that can be used within the LRC, in classrooms and accessed from home, greatly enhancing our students' learning opportunities.
Secondary School students are actively encouraged to borrow from the Library within the LRC, on a regular basis. A wide range of literature provides students with many and varied reading experiences, all aimed at instilling a lifelong love of reading and literature.
The LRC is also a popular place for a range extra-curricular activities including:
- Writers Group (Years 7–12) once a week, after school
- Maths Help (Years 7–12) twice a week, after school
- English help (Years 7–12) once a week, after school
- Chess Club (Kindergarten–Year 6) once a week during lunchtimes
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