Our guest speaker for this year’s Literacy and Numeracy Week is Mojgan Shamsalipoor. Mojgan is speaking to students and staff as a ‘Living Book’ on Wednesday 23rd August . The Living Book or Living Library movement started in Denmark. Living Books (people)
#TeamGirls is a great new initiative which aims to nurture our young girls to become confident women. It originated as a response to the following research : Our Suncorp Australian Youth and Confidence 2017 Research Report revealed that young Australian girls believe
Do you think you are ready to handle the world of social media? Do your parents think you are old enough and have enough resilience and level of maturity to enjoy and benefit from this exciting new aspect of living
The new Netflix series Anne with an E has sent our younger readers to the iCentre looking for the L M Montgomery Anne of Green Gables books to read. We are so excited that the new series has introduced this
Our Book of the Week, The Wrong Train by Jeremy de Quidt, is a series of short stories that is sure to be appeal to middle years’ readers who enjoy scary, creepy tales. Are you brave enough to read them?
This semester our Yr 11 History and our Yr 9 students will be learning about refugees. Make sure you make use of the iCentre’s new service features of : ASK FIND & CONNECT to locate reliable, authoritative information from
Snapchat is one of the most popular social media platforms used by tweens and teens. What is Snapchat? Because this popular messaging app allows teens to exchange user-generated photos, texts, videos, and calls and has a reputation as the sexting
Our Senior Book Club readers will be exploring YA novels that have alternative text types. We thought other readers might be interested in these innovative and challenging novels so put these on your reading list for the holidays.