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Auburn Public School

Auburn Public School

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Our Library staff:

Teacher Librarians: Mrs F. Gregory (Mon-Thurs), Mrs A. McMurtrie (Thurs) & Mrs M. Wotton (Fri).

SAO Staff: Mrs J. Napoli (Mon)


Before School and Lunchtime

The library is open before school from 8.35 am till 8.55am for returning books and second half lunchtime on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Students can read, play board games or use the computer facilities.

Library Timetable

Library bags are available for purchase for $2.            

The number of books students may borrow:

·         Kindergarten: 1 Fiction book.

·         Stage 1: 2 Books.

·         Stage 2: 3 Books.

·         Stage 3: 4 Books.

All loans are for two weeks.

There is no fine system for overdue books. However students are responsible for the books they borrow. If a book is lost or damaged beyond repair, a note will be sent home for payment to replace the book. 


The students are now using our digital rich and engaging school Library management software, OLIVER.

Oliver is a web based learning, teaching, information and library management tool that can be accessed through the DEC Portal. 
It delivers 24/7 anywhere, anytime access to your school library resources including digital content such as eBooks and websites.

Advantages of using OLIVER

· Interactive experience and a vastly improved search capability
· Standard and Simplified interfaces   
· Access your reading lists using resources available in your school library
· Ability to search school library, Google and other educational information sources concurrently
. Ability to rate resources and write reviews
· Ability to focus student research to the most appropriate information resources

Premier’s Reading Challenge

Welcome to the NSW Premier's Reading Challenge. The students are currently beginning the PRC challenge for 2019.

The Challenge aims to encourage a love of reading for leisure and pleasure in students, and to enable them to experience quality literature. It is not a competition but a challenge to each student to read, to read more and to read more widely.


1. The Challenge opens on 4 March 2019. You must complete your online Student Reading Record by 30 August 2019 (11:59 pm) to complete the Challenge.

2. You must read a certain number of books to complete the Challenge: