Educating Centralians since 1938

Library Services

Bath Street Campus
The Bath Street Campus Library is a bright and inviting place to be; a learning environment, where everyone is welcome. The latest book releases, digital resources and computers help make the Bath Street Campus Library a well resourced and diverse learning environment.

The library has expanded its "not for loan" and reference book collection. The children love to sit at the tables and marvel over the 3D, pop out, special effect graphics many of these interesting books contain. The high borrowing stats indicate that the children have a strong love of reading and we encourage this by regularly updating the collection. The library also houses the books that are part of the structured Lexile reading program.

Classes are held in the library and the displays change regularly to promote the themed lessons. Bookweek and our annual Book Fair/s ensure that the Bath Street Campus Library continues to "fuel the mind" of all its students.


Traeger Campus
The Traeger Campus Library is open Monday to Friday from 8am to 3pm. In addition, it is open for students who utilise the Homework Centre that is available on selected afternoons.

The library offers a variety of services for both students and staff, including a wide range of audio visual equipment and a large collection of print and non-print items. All students are catered for with access to a variety of learning spaces including traditional teaching spaces with tables and chairs, and a quiet reading area furnished with comfortable and bright ottomans.

The Lexile framework is continuing to be popular with the younger students. This framework matches students to books based on their Lexile level.


Sadadeen Campus
The Sadadeen Campus Library caters for students in Years 9 to 12. It is open every day from 7.45am to 4pm. The library offers a variety of services for both students and staff. We have a wide range of audio visual equipment and a large collection of print and non-print items.

The library offers a bright, enjoyable learning environment to study, teach or to just quietly read. There are four areas that can be used by staff and students. The computer room has 28 computers and an interactive whiteboard. The main area is dedicated to a learning area with interactive whiteboard/DVD/Video, a study area and a relaxing reading area.

The Sadadeen Campus Library is used frequently by staff and students for a variety of learning activities including regular classes, research, meetings, private study and reading during recess, lunch and after school.