The school library has an extensive collection of fiction and non-fiction books suitable for all ages. Children may borrow, with a library bag, before school, at lunchtime, after school and during library lessons.
2018 Library Timetable
Scholastic Book Club
Students have the opportunity to place an order through Scholastic Book Club. Brochures are sent home with students twice a term. The new brochures are now consolidated into ONE catalogue. All books are still carefully curated for age appropriateness.
Wombat = Pre-School and Kindergarten
Lucky = Years 1 and 2
Arrow = Years 3 and 4
Star = Years 5 and 6
Every dollar spent through Scholastic Book Club goes towards rewards points,
that the school can use for extra library resources.
Completed order forms and payment (Cash, Cheque or Credit Card) should be
sent to the Library.
There is now a new Scholastic Book Clubs Linked Online Ordering & Payment
platform available for Parents. It eliminates the need for paper order form plus your
online order is submitted to the school safe and sound.
Mrs Bev Lowne is the Book Club Co-ordinator.
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Book Week 2018
“Find Your Treasure”
Children’s Book Week is an annual event that honours and celebrates Australian authors and illustrators. Every year, Bayside Libraries run an art competition for children in primary school to celebrate the richness and diversity of Australian stories and their creators.
Our school was delighted to be informed that twelve of our students had been awarded a prize in the Book Week Competition organised by Bayside Library.
These students were presented with their prizes by the mayor of Bayside Council, Councillor Bill Saravinovski, on Tuesday, 11 September, at Rockdale Town Hall.
The prizewinners are:
Treasure Chest Competition
Mermaids and Pirates Competition
Treasure Island Competition
My Treasure Competition
Sakura Suzuki Toh
Lunchtime in the Library