Tuggerah Public School

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Welcome to 2021 in the Library

All classes will attend library once a week and students will be encouraged to seek out and read books based on their personal interests. Our library has a diverse range of quality books for students to read for pleasure as well as search for specific information to support their classroom learning. Students require a library bag for borrowing and books may be taken home for one week at a time.

Throughout the year, library lessons will focus on literature, informative texts and research skills to support and enhance class programs. Students will learn how to search and locate information and reading materials within our library as well as online using World Book Online and Literacy Pro (3-6).

Students can access World Book Online at home via the NSW Student Portal.

In an effort to reduce waste, most Stage 2 and Stage 3 written work will be completed on Google Classroom and students will be given access to this during library time.


●     Library Lovers Week – February

●     Harmony Week: 15-21 Celebrate Australia’s cultural diversity with inclusiveness, respect and a sense of belonging for everyone.

●     National Simultaneous Storytime (19 May 2021, 11.00am: Give me some space!

●     Library and Information Week: 17-23 May 2021 Adventures in Space and Time

●     NAIDOC Week 4-11 July 2021 THEME- Heal Country!   

●     Children’s Book Week: 21-27 August 2021 A week to celebrate books and Australian Authors and Illustrators – This year’s theme is Old Worlds New Worlds Other Worlds. So many possibilities for our Book Parade that will be held during this week (date to be confirmed)

●     National Science Week: 14 – 22 August 2021

●     Premier’s Reading Challenge: During 2021 all students will participate in listening and reading activities which will help them to complete this year’s challenge and receive an award in Term 4. K-2 students will listen to teachers read quality PRC books and 3-6 students will complete the challenge independently. Books read at home can also be added to student reading logs (3-6). Rules and booklists can be accessed online at NSW Premier's Reading Challenge 2021 : Home (det.nsw.edu.au)

I am looking forward to working with our new and returning students this year. Please contact me via the school office if you have any questions or concerns.

Caroline Duke Teacher Librarian