Library & Little Book Worms


Our school has a large well-resourced library suited to both beginning and established readers. Our wonderful Library provides a calm, bright and happy space where students attend for a weekly session where they discover different text types, authors, and topics, and making connections between the text to themselves, other texts and the world.

All students attend library once a week for a dedicated library session to borrow books and listen to stories. The library program aims to foster a love of reading, and books, in our students.


The students have the chance to read books by various authors and discuss and interpret these stories. They also get to investigate science, history and geography ideas and expand upon their comprehension of these topics using the books read in class.

By reading different types of books, from fiction to non-fiction texts, the students are able to develop their literacy skills by making connections from the text to themselves, other texts and the world.

A Library Club is open to students and runs twice a week during lunchtime on a Tuesday and Thursday. Students can read or borrow books or sit quietly and draw.

Little Book Worms