Keep warm this winter get into the kitchen and cook.

Term 2 2017

This term our students are being encouraged to keep warm by getting creative in the kitchen. Wonderwall has been challenging students to think about why some species of migrating birds fly in a V formation and what the collective noun for a group of tigers is?

We have been  having fun with our counter display choosing book based on the colour of their cover . Here is our current one “These books blue us away”

With the colder weather our puzzle table has been very popular. The students were particularly proud when they completed this puzzle.



Term 1 2017

This term we are celebrating the freedom to read. In many countries for a variety of reasons many books that we have in our library have been challenged or banned, usually only temporarily.

We have also put up our annual ANZAC display in remembrance of all  New Zealanders killed in war and in honour of all returned servicemen and women.

Some of our entries in this year’s Book Spine Poetry Competition

DSC07696At the end of term 2 we put up our winter display hoping that in the next few weeks we might see some snow on the hills of Dunedin and we did!!.

We have had lots of prospective families come through the library during Open Night and we have just celebrated a very successful Library Week.

To help get us in the Olympic mood we now have up our Olympics display with a medal totals board which we are updating daily.






This  year marks 400 years since the death of William Shakespeare. Countries all over the world are marking this anniversary with special exhibitions and productions of his work. Here in the library we have a display highlighting some of the books we have relating to Shakespeare. We have also compiled some information about the wealth of words and phrases that either originated with Shakespeare of were made popular by him.