The Brother Dermot Brosnan Library plays a central role in the teaching and learning programme of the college. It provides resources to support the curriculum and promotes the development of information literacy, enabling our students to be lifelong learners in an ever-changing world.

We promote a culture of reading across the college through a varied collection of print fiction, ebooks and non-fiction books, catering for the educational, cultural and recreational needs of the students.

Our library provides a social space to meet, collaborate, research, learn, share, and relax. The staff work to develop a reading culture and raise the levels of information literacy across the school by leading students through processes which empower them to be critical thinkers, enthusiastic readers and skillful, efficient and discerning researchers.

The Oliver library management system, together with the ACEN digital library provide 24/7 access to a wealth of authentic, authoritative, age appropriate resources to specifically meet student and staff needs.

Digital Library

Monday–Thursday

Before school: 8.15am–8.35am
Recess: 10.50am–11.00am
Lunch: 1.20pm–1.50pm
After school: 2.50pm–3.30pm

Friday

Before school: 8.15am–8.35am
Recess: 10.45am–10.55am
Lunch: 12.05pm–12.35pm.

No after school access on Fridays due to sport commitments.