Welcome to the library blog. You'll be able to see what is happening in this busy place, find resources to help with study and homework, view the books we love, find careers information and have some library fun.
The blog is a mix of the interesting, the helpful, the quirky and the fun! Comments are welcome, staff and students can submit reviews and suggestions to Bridget Schaumann, the librarian at firstname.lastname@example.org Our school is located in Dunedin, Otago, New Zealand.
The Williams Room, at the far end of the library is a dedicated space for Year 13 to study. During the day this room is used by students who have a study period and who need somewhere quiet to work. Pictured are some of the regulars quietly getting on with it. Students are encouraged to use the library space to do catch up work and are also able to use it after school. Homework help is available for students who need it, and there are a growing number of boys who use the library for quiet reading while they wait for buses. The students are welcome to be here for as long as the librarian is here. Usually that is until about 4.30 or 5pm.