In supporting the College Mission to foster “the growth of our students as whole persons” the Prémontré Library provides a wide range of resources and opportunities that support the teaching and learning programs within the College.
Located in the centre of the College, the library’s air-conditioned facilities provide a comfortable and vibrant environment that fosters student learning.
The library is fully automated and has networked computers that provide students access to the Internet and a variety of online resources.
In order to provide the best possible curriculum support we regularly update our fiction, non-fiction, reference, journals and audio-visual collections. We also subscribe to a number of online databases and software.
The automated library catalogue provides students with quick and accurate access to information available within the library and can be easily accessed from any computer in the College.
Year 7 students undertake a Learning Information Skills program. This is provided in partnership with the English, Science and Humanities learning areas.
Recreational reading is supported with the WAR program (Winners Are Readers) in Year 7 and the RAAT (Read Around Australia Tour) in Year 8.
To ensure students have the opportunity to utilise print and online information, as well as videos, DVDs and equipment required for their learning programs, the library is open before and after school as well at lunchtimes.
Monday 8.30am – 5.30pm
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 8am – 5.30pm
Friday 8am – 4pm