School Services

Library

Library

Library websitehttp://library.sacs.nsw.edu.au/

Library catalogue: https://sacsnsw.concordinfiniti.com (please login with your student name (e.g. JSmith25) and password)

St Andrew’s Cathedral School has three libraries dedicated to providing a warm, welcoming open-plan environment, and lunchtimes are often busy with students reading, studying, chatting and playing games together. Library services are focused on resourcing and servicing the needs of each student at their stage and level of learning. The libraries are open before, during and after school. Each library offers spaces for teaching, quiet reading, as well as private study and meeting areas.

Junior School Library – Level 7, St Andrew’s house

In the heart of the Junior School, our beautiful Junior School Library is for all students in Kindergarten to Year 6, as well as teachers and parents. It is a place for students and staff to meet, explore, discover and learn together, as they explore the world of information. For more information please contact Nicole Cotter.

Middle School Library – LEVEL 4, St andrew’s house

The Middle School library is a wonderful space for students to read, study and relax together. It is open before school and after school, as well as recess and lunch. For more information please contact Megan Armstrong.

Senior College LIBRARY – LEVEL 3, the bishop barry centre (BBC), Druitt street

The Senior Research Centre consists of study areas for students in Senior College (Years 10-12), and students are encouraged to explore fiction as well as a selection of HSC and IB resources. There are break-out rooms for small groups and larger open areas for research and homework. For more information please contact Cathy Hill.

The libraries aim to be flexible and future focused to meet the changing learning and information needs of our students. Teacher librarians collaborate with class teachers and work closely with classes to ensure student information needs are met. Our collection includes books, magazines, and a range of online resources and databases for students and staff.