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And the Winners are....

CONGRATULATIONS to the following winners and thank you to everyone who entered.

Years 5 & 6 - Lila Chapman, Joshua Barrett, Briana Dougherty               

Years 7 & 8 - Matilda Wilson, Kira Ward

Years 9 & 10 - Aaron Moffatt, Gabrielle Mergard, Riley Deagon

Years 11 & 12 - Tahlia Brown

Well done on winning the $25 Mad Hatters book shop gift voucher.

Library Catalogue

Are you after a book the library doesn't have?

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I'm bored! School Holiday Events/Activities

If you've read the see the show!


Reserve your copy of the book George's Marvellous Medicine 

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Art Design & Literacy Competition



Readers Cup 2018

Year 7 and Year 8 Readers Cup Teams ready to compete in the Brisbane Bayside District Readers Cup.

The Year 7 team's warm-up dance obviously helped them to compete well.

Readers Cup 2018

On Thursday 14 June Redlands College fielded two teams in the Brisbane Bayside District Years 7 & 8 Readers Cup held at Moreton Bay College.  Both teams acquitted themselves well, with the Year 7 team coming in a close fourth with only 1.25 and 6.75 points separating them from third-place and first-place respectively.

Congratulations to both teams!

Year 7: Oran Cowan, Amber Frazer, Piper Lawson, Esther Messenger and Georgia Patterson

Year 8: Katherine Elvery, Nathan Elvery, Charis Gillespie, Oliver Prescott and Zachary Prescott

The value of the library

A YouTube clip By Ronald Williams Library.  Have you visited the library today?

Fun in the Junior & Senior Library

A quick start guide to the library

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This quick start guide will help get you started in the library if you are a new student.  It can also be a handy reminder to our current students.  This guide will give you information on how to:

- reserve, borrow and return books

- use the printer and photocopier

- navigate the library resources

- best look after your textbooks and library books 

Looking back at Book Week 2017 - start planning for Book Week 2018!

Paddington Bear

Book week 2018 is on 18th - 24th August.  This years theme is ‘find your treasure’.  The date of the book parade will be announced later in the year however, it is never too early to start planning your costumes!  The costumes do not need to be elaborate, in fact, parents are encouraged to get their child involved in the planning and creating process.  Your child will feel more inclined to help if they are excited about the character they're dressing up as.  Stay tuned to this over the next couple of weeks we'll be sharing some ideas to inspire you and we'll look back at previous book week characters and costumes. 

Joe Spud from Billionaire Boy and Thing 1 & Thing 2 from The Cat in the Hat

Special Agent EJ12 & Ella from Ella Diaries

Grandpa from Grandpa's Great Escape

Billy Slater from Chip and Chase

Fly Guy from Fly Guy's Amazing Tricks

Rainbow Fish

101 Dalmations

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I just realised why I love WIFI so much? Because we just have that special connection!!!
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Total Votes: 1

Library Opening Hours

Middle and Senior Library 8 am - 4 pm

Junior Library 8:30 am - 3:00 pm

(Junior students may come in with parents to borrow books from 8:00 am to 8:30am and from 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm).

Library Contact Details

Address: 38 Anson Road, Wellington Point, Queensland, 4160, Australia.


KidsNews - News for kids

Have you completed the Online Treasure Hunt?

Find your treasure!

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There are many little 'treasures of information' hidden within this website.  In order to find these, we encourage you to explore each and every page.  Whilst you're exploring - how many of these treasure chests can you spot (Hint: this is number 1)?  Remember to open each tab and sub page so you don't miss any.  If you'd like to be in the running to win a prize complete the online treasure hunt quiz.  Parents are encouraged to help younger students. Competition closes 5pm Monday 18th June, 2018.  The winner will be notified Wednesday 20th June. 

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Your vote counts

Do you prefer reading with music or without? VOTE NOW! Results will be revealed soon.
Definitely without music: 9 votes (69.23%)
With music - wearing headphones: 3 votes (23.08%)
With music - using speakers: 0 votes (0%)
I don't mind: 1 votes (7.69%)
Total Votes: 13

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About the Library

Junior and Middle students have weekly or fortnightly lessons with qualified teacher librarians, and Senior students are assisted with research as needed. Curriculum- based resources, literature and recreational materials are available in a variety of formats to support the needs of the College.  Students have access to a large collection of print resources, extensive fiction collection and picture books for the Juniors. 

A wide range of electronic resources is also available, including encyclopedias, newspapers, reference materials and a comprehensive selection of online, full-text databases.

The College Library also provides a Parent collection, which is located near the library office on the ground floor.