Information Resource Centre

The IRC promotes collaborative learning however students must respect independent learners who require a quiet space.

If you wish to come to the Library during class time you must have the 'Out of class register' in your College diary signed by your teacher explaining the purpose of your visit.


Mrs Broome - Leader of Learning- Information Resources.

Mrs Pervan - Library Technician


8.30 am to 3.30 pm every day

Flexible time by appointment.

ALL Students on studying in the IRC without a teacher must SIGN IN

NO BAGS, FOOD OR DRINK in the IRC. All bags should be in you school lockers.

MOBILE PHONES are not to be out unless under the direction and supervision of the teacher for educational purposes.

BORROWING Most items 3 weeks

DESTINY: Destiny is the library search tool. Check via Chrome to see that it is on your desktop. If you want to borrow a non-fiction book let us know and we will collect it for you.

COMPUTERS: For research only. Students have their own USER ID & PASSWORD & ABIDE BY ACCEPTABLE USE POLICY (to be signed in Diary)


10c per page B & W

$1 per page colour

$10 is charged to your first term fees, after that please top up in $5 amounts to the IRC

EAR PHONES: Please bring your own earphones everyday, as you will need them for sound when using the Computers.

Check out our MAKER-SPACE PAGE.

The Information Resource Centre's 'hands on', creative and problem solving' activities provide an opportunity for students to work collaboratively on projects. Experiences provides:

  • fresh, vibrant evidence of the entrepreneurship, energy and integrity that makers bring to their work
  • a vital role in supporting social and emotional intelligence and growth.
  • away from screen time engagement
  • an opportunity to make friends
  • an opportunity to voice social justice and environmental issues through art making practice.

Search engines are a useful tool, but how can students get the best results from them? Join the fictional Professor Doogle as she looks at skills including: selecting and searching search engines and data bases; using precise keywords; predicting expected results to assess credibility of the information, and assessing website credibility.