World Cup 2014

To celebrate this world sporting event the Library organized a display of soccer books including fiction titles and many biographies of past and present players.

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Students have been interested in checking the results ladder, which Diyar from year 12 has been keeping updated.




as well as sneaking a peek at games playing on our plasma screen in the mornings before classes.


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Student Reader of the Month for June

Mary,  yr12A

What book are you reading now?

 “Game of Thrones”   By George R.R.Martin           




What was the last book you read? 

“ The Fault in our Stars”  by John Green    




Why do you think reading is important or why do you like reading?

“I like reading because you can read whenever you feel like it and at whatever pace suits you (and there are no commercials like on TV). Reading has helped me develop my vocabulary and my own writing which has been very useful in VCE English”.

Staff Reader of the Month for June

Jarred Williams . . . . . Teacher of Biology/Science since 2010


What was the last book you read?

“Slaughterhouse 5” by Kurt Vonnegut Jnr



What book/s are you reading now?

“The Autumn of the Patriarch ” by Gabriel Garcia Marquez



“The Song of the Dodo” by David Quammin




Why do you like reading and /or why do you think it’s important?

I like reading because it allows you the opportunity to expand your horizons and get lost in a different world. When you are totally absorbed in a book, reading stretches your imagination as you picture the words in your head and predict what’s going to happen to the characters you are reading about. Everything you read fills your head with new bits of information,  and you never know when it might come in handy. The more knowledge you have, the better equipped you are to tackle any challenge you’ll ever face.

Or as Dr. Seuss more eloquently puts it. . . .

“The more that you read the more things you will know.                   

  The more that you learn the more places you’ll go.”