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The more that you read,

the more things that you know.

The more that you learn,

the more places you'll go."

Dr Seuss

I Can Read With My Eyes Shut!

Library Staff at Homebush Boys Hish School       

  • Kylie Pearce (Library Assistant)

Homebush Boys High School Library is a dynamic and active learning centre where students can come for both reading enjoyment and to assist them in their research endeavours.

A rich variety of materials are provided to support students in their educational, informational and recreational needs. The collection includes over 13 000 titles and 11 computers for student access The Library continually seeks to provide new resources with a wide range of both fiction and information titles added each term. Recommendations from students and staff are always welcome.  Students also have access to computer resources, including the Internet and a range of software to assist in the creation of their projects and reports.

Students have access to their school library catalogue through the DET Portal.  So whether students are at home or school they can check on available resources.  Selected websites can also be found using the catalogue.  These are carefully chosen websites added to support the specific curriculum needs of our students. Students can speak to Mr Beal (Teacher-Librarian) if they need any assistance locating and/or using any resources in the library.

Students are able to research, read and explore new ideas in the library before school, recess, and at lunchtime. Homebush Boys HS Library staff are dedicated to providing members of the school community with a range of services, as well as access to the resources, in a quality learning environment. There are 2 teaching areas, study desks for individual work as well as soft chairs for recreational reading. Library staff are available to support students and staff in their endeavours in the library. Mr Beal is also happy to assist students with developing their information and research skills and creating study plans.