Grace Lutheran Primary benefits from a modern library and multifunctional resource centre situated in the centre of the school.
It is an inviting light-filled space where students not only read, browse and borrow books but it is also used for playing board games and doing puzzles, building lego or drawing pictures.
The library has an extensive range of fiction and non-fictional books for students and a range of resources for teachers and parents.
Students from Prep to Year 6 enjoy a scheduled Library lesson each week where they can borrow resources and enjoy learning library and research skills. The library staff work collaboratively with the teachers to offer further experiences and provide resources to enhance the classroom learning and the curriculum focus.
The highlight of the Library Learning Centre’s Calendar is the Children Book Council Associations Book Week held each year in the last week of August. The Book Week Event is a celebration of books, knowledge and reading with special book-related activities for students arranged across year levels. Students delight in dressing up as their favourite book character. Parades, dancing, voting and working with the short-listed Book Council Junior Fiction picture books are always special highlights of this day.
The Library Learning Centre also provides the perfect venue for groups to hold meetings and events such as: Parent Information evenings, Staff meetings and Special presentations for our students.