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Alexandria Park Community School

Alexandria Park Community School

Community Opportunity Success

Telephone02 9698 1967

Emailalexparkcs-c.school@det.nsw.edu.au

Library

For Term 3 Book Club will be online - please see here

We’re really excited to have BOOK CLUB running this Term, but it will look a little different! It will be a virtual catalogue rather than the printed catalogues you’re used to receiving. 

To order from this issue go to:

Scholastic.com.au/Book-Club/virtual-catalogue-1/

Place your order on LOOP as normal and orders need to be in by:

[May 15, 2020]

We will receive your order here to our school like normal. Once your order arrives, we will contact you to arrange for collection:

[@ APCS Primary front office]

 

If you have any questions or queries, please contact:

[Book club coordinator Ms Young by email apcslibrary@gmail.com]

 

      

At Alexandria Park Community School, there is a JNR  library (K-6) and a SNR book room (7-12) which are located on the top floor of Park Road building. Ms Young is APCS teacher-librarian who supports high school staff co-teaching information skills to secondary students. Ms Reid & Ms Broomfield teach primary students in JNR library.

There is also a Virtual library  which help enhance online information needs of APCS staff and K-12 students. Please visit our Virtual Library by clicking on the link below.

APCS Virtual Library

or by typing: https://sites.google.com/site/msqyslibrary/home

APCS Library Policy  from 2019 onwards

Rationale

School library is a major educational resource for the teachers and students of Alexandria Park Community School. It is primarily a learning and information center that facilitates the plan and implementation of the teaching program of the school.

Programs

Alexandria Park Community School libraries offer:

  • A literature program

  • An information skills program

These skills are necessary for the development of independent and life-long learners.

Method

APCS Library caters for Kindergarten to Year 12 students.

All students in K-6 could visit the library once a week according to a scheduled library timetable. Teachers and teacher-librarian will collaboratively teach the above programs.

APCS students in Years 7 - 12 would receive information skills lessons delivered by the teacher-librarian in high school classrooms. They could also visit the Book room at lunch times.

Our students participate in the Premire's Reading Challenge and Children's Book Week.

Local library links

Waterloo Library

Surry Hills Library

Green Square Library