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What could be happening in the iCentre this week? Could it be creepy? Could it be spooky? We made pumpkins today for our Halloween display, tomorrow we make some ghosts to spooky it all up a notch! Come along and help us woooo.....👻👻👻👻👻

#Halloween #creepy #kooky #mysterious #spooky #ReadersAreLeaders #craft #instacool #instacraft #studentsareawesome #instapost
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New books and holiday reads! See you all on Tuesday, we have a fantastic fun filled term ready for you all 😍 #instareels #instastory #readingismagic #holidayreads #BookReel #Bookstagram ...

New on our shelves this week! Pop in and borrow one or two 🙂 for some holiday reading 📚 😀 😊 #holidays #readme #ReadersAreLeaders #we'reallreadershere #bookreel #Abba #bookstagram #icentre #reelsinstagram #reels #igreels ...

Mr Atchison found a favourite read from his school days and just had to borrow it for a nostalgic read 📚. The Rangers Apprentice Series is always a popular read. Thanks for stopping in Mr Atchison!

#Teachersarereaders #teachersrock #readingisfundamental #ReadersAreLeaders #read #learn #grow #share #We'reAllReadersHere #iCentre#rangersapprentice #johnflanagan
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Here's my Coffee and what I'm currently reading! We're going to get our craft on this holiday and we've found the perfect book. Pop in and find some inspiration in the iCentre.
#craft #read #readers #soul #feedyooursoul #live #relax #holidays
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The theme of the day is Celebrating Stories, Cultures and Languages and we will be celebrating in the iCentre by playing the national digital event from the Indigenous Literacy Foundation (ILF) on the television during break one.

Join ILF Ambassador and music icon, Jessica Mauboy as well as some children in remote Milikapiti and Jilkminggan, in the Northern Territory as they share their Stories, Cultures and Languages and sing together. ILF Ambassador, author and performer, Gregg Dreise will also sing a song in Gamilaraay Yuwaalaraay. We get the opportunity to try and sing a song in three different languages, from three different places!

Join us tomorrow in the iCentre – break one – to support the Indigenous Literacy Foundation.

#ILD2022 #IndigenousLiteracy #ReadingOpensDoors #we'reallreadershere #readersareleaders
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Money can buy books and books make us happy! #read #readingismagic #learn #grow #share #LoveOzYA ...

Welcome to the iCentre! Today we get to meet our incoming year 7s for 2023. We can't wait to get to know you all, we hope that you have a fantastic day today🙂 #hello #welcome #ReadersAreLeaders #We'reAllReadersHere #read #iCentreMtA #MTAKedron ...

New books on display! Ready and waiting to be read and 😍 #read #readme #ReadersAreLeaders #iCentreMta ...

We celebrate Australian Libraries every day but today is our "offical" day to celebrate! The iCentre Team feel lucky every day to be able to share and help you all with your reading needs, research help, referencing help and celebrate the community we have in the iCentre. Pop up and see us today! #asla #australianschoollibraryday #celebrate #read #learn #grow #share #aspire #enlarge #explore #imagine #iCentreMtA ...

We celebrate Australian Libraries every day but today is our "offical" day to celebrate! The iCentre Team feel lucky every day to be able to share and help you all with your reading needs, research help, referencing help and celebrate the community we have in the iCentre. Pop up and see us today! #asla #australianschoollibraryday #celebrate #read #learn #grow #share #aspire #enlarge #explore #imagine #iCentreMtA ...

A huge congratulations to our very own Ms Lester! Today she attended the graduation ceremony for her Bachelor of Information Studies from Charles Sturt University. We are proud of Ms Lester - it is no easy feat to work, study, and raise a family. She is a wonderful role model for students at Mt A, leading the way in knowledge and career attainment. Ms Lester has always been a true Librarian in every sense and now she’s got the certificate & qualification to prove it! ...

New books from @lamont_authors to hit our shelves this week! Yay for book deliveries, they make librarians hearts sing! #readme #ReadersAreLeaders #learn #grow #share #we'reallreadershere #iCentreMtA ...

Quick get up to the iCentre and vote for your favourite photo! We have some amazing photos from students and staff on display. ...

This weekend Australia lost a great story-teller, truth-teller and proud First Nations Man, Archie Roach. In the statement from his family announcing Archies passing, his sons reflected on how their father was a healer and unifying force . His music brought people together. His story-telling was honest with his experiences as a child of the Stolen Generation and also about First Nation Peoples history that is confronting but needs to be recognised. We have included a small display of the books we have by Archie in our Uluru Statement from the Heart display in the iCentre. To listen to Archie singing “Took the Children Away” go to www.archieroach.com/charcoallane

 Photograph by Phil Nitchie

 #ArchieRoach #Gunditjmara #Proud #Songwriter #Storyteller #TruthTeller #FirstNations #UluruStatementFromTheHeart #Unifying #TookTheChildrenAway #ReadHistory #Learn #Share #Reflection #Change #Recognise #Move #Reflect
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We were so lucky Thursday afternoon to have Phillip Dreise speak at our first Living Book event.

In the style of the ABC program You Can’t Ask That, Phillip answered student and staff questions with the goal to answer and uncover the truth behind some of the unknown or misunderstood ideas about Aboriginal Australians

About Phillip Dreise

Phillip identifies with his Kamilaroi and Euahlayi Aboriginal ancestry as well as his German Australian heritage. Phillip is currently a lecturer in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander studies within the Education faculty at the Australian Catholic University.

 #livingbook #youcantaskthat
#ReadersAreLeaders #questions #truth #opportunity #learn #share #grow #relationships #ReadersAndWritersWeek
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Last night we celebrated our last Read Like a Girl event, with our RLaG with your Dad evening. This event is really one of our favourites that we hold during the year. We were so lucky to have the very amazing and inspiring Maryam Master as our guest speaker, to talk to us about the writing process, her fantastic book Exit through the gift shop, and also a little about her life story. We want to send a huge thank you to the Fathers/Father figures and daughters who came along last night to celebrate this great event during Readers and Writers Week. - we'll have lots more photos in our stories 😍

#readlikeagirl #RLaGwithyourDad #DadsandDaughters #reading #writing #literacy #persiantea #exitthroughthegiftshop #AustralianAuthors #loveozya #we'reallreadershere #iCentre
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If you hadn't guessed from our previous posts we celebrate Readers and Writers next week in the iCentre!

To compliment and extend classroom learning, the iCentre is offering the opportunity for students to attend a Living Book presentation by Mr Phillip Dreise on Thursday 21 July, from 3.30– 4:15pm. Parents/caregivers are also welcome to attend.

About Phillip Dreise

Phillip identifies with his Kamilaroi and Euahlayi Aboriginal ancestry as well as his German Australian heritage. Phillip is currently a lecturer in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander studies within the Education faculty at the Australian Catholic University. 

This session will explore the identities and histories of Aboriginal peoples. Phillip will give valuable insights into what it means to be Aboriginal in contemporary Australia and provide students the opportunity to ask questions about Aboriginal perspectives, rights, and futures. 

In the style of the ABC program You Can’t Ask That, Phillip will answer student questions with the goal to uncover the truth behind some of the unknown or misunderstood ideas about Aboriginal Australians.

 #livingbook #youcantaskthat
#ReadersAreLeaders #questions #truth #opportunity #learn #share #grow
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