About us


'A library is not a luxury but one of the necessities of life' - Henry Ward Beecher

The library is central to the teaching and learning programme of All Saints' College.

We promote the development of information literacy across the curriculum to enable our students to be lifelong learners in an ever changing world.

We do this by providing both hardcopy and virtual resources to support the curriculum.

We promote a culture of reading across the College through a varied collection of print fiction and non-fiction books as well as a growing collection of audio books and graphic novels. Our annual Literature Festival is a celebration of reading in all its forms.




•    YA fiction, graphic novels, picture books, quality literature, biography, popular magazines and fact books to support recreational reading and curriculum needs
•    Non-fiction, reference and periodical collections to support the SEC curriculum
•    eresources on the library webpage accessed via the School website quicklinks –i.e.subject databases, online encyclopaedias, subscribed website services, newspapers, periodicals, bibliography and referencing generators, links to subject resources and assignment pathfinders 
•    Games, puzzles and quizzes for recreational use

Teacher Librarians

•    Select resources to suit Australian Curriculum, SEC curriculum and literature interests of students
•    Support teachers and classes in: resourcing for assignments; use of eresouces; teaching of information literacy and research skills, referencing, academic honesty and digital citizenship and promotion of literature and wide reading in English.
•    Encourage the strengthening of a reading culture through engagement with students, book clubs and co-curricular activities around reading and writing
•    Offer assistance and maintain spaces and an environment supportive of senior boys study needs and AST preparation.

Our Staff

Mrs Cate Mitchell      Head of Library and Information Services      0263327359

Mrs Lucinda Wells      Teacher/Librarian          0263327349

Ms Gisele Williams    Teacher/librarian            0263327349