CEDP school libraries are physical and digital places of inquiry and reading.
They provide access to a range of resources that help kids on their Learning journey and help inspire purposeful learning.
Through access to our library resources and services, students develop a range of learner dispositions and capabilities to cultivate a culture of curiosity, creativity, imagination and innovation.
Our physical Library
The library at St Paul the Apostle is a hub of learning.
Our teacher librarian works in a cooperative role with classroom teachers to introduce and develop students’ research skills. This includes the use of information technology, but also how to locate information in non-fiction books such as encyclopedias and other reference books.
Every term the library has an exciting themed display at the entrance. This is a very inviting element of the library and the students enjoy seeing the new focus at the beginning of each term.
The library is also open during lunchtime. Students are free to use the library computers, read books or complete research projects. All students visit the library once a week for borrowing books and the reading of a story.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
8:30am - 3:30pm
Mrs Petrina Taylor
All classes are allocated times for research, computer access and interest groups. Students also visit the library for information skills lessons and in small groups for other research work. Year 6 are also given the opportunity to work in the library for work experience. During this time they assist the librarian by completing library related tasks.
Parents are welcome to visit the library in the morning and afternoon on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. There is a special section in the library for parents.
eLibrary is the digital gateway to the range of quality online resources that encourage and enhance reading and support inquiry learning.
Access our eLibrary