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MHS Library | Melbourne High School Library Sandbox copy

MHS Library - teaching & learning

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Welcome

Library

The Melbourne High School library is a welcoming, dynamic and stimulating community which complements and supports the MHS statement of purpose. (see - http://www.mhsviceduau.com/mission-statement )

The library  provides students the opportunity for creativity, communication, collaboration and critical thinking.  The library aims to support teachers in developing critical and creative thinking, ethical, intercultural, personal and social capabilities of students.

It aims to:

  • support students’ learning and enrich their research;

  • prepare students to be informed, critical and mindful users of information;

  • provide access to a wide variety of relevant, well managed resources to support teaching and learning;

  • support, deliver and collaborate with teachers through the creation of resources and curriculum content;

  • inspire students to be lifelong readers;

  • prepare students for the transition to tertiary study;

  • provide an environment which encourages students to become responsible citizens

  • be a space for the exchange of ideas, collaboration and creativity

  • promote intellectual freedom and democratic ideals

 We are open each school day 8 am - 4 pm 

The Library Team

What's happening in the library

introductions

Monica Morscheck  - Head of Library, EI teacher, PD teacher and teacher librarian
Suzannah Hawtin - English teacher, PD teacher and teacher librarian
Tania Sheko - English Language teacher, PD teacher and teacher librarian
Catherine Morton - teacher librarian
Denise Beanland - Library technician
Jenny Krasnowski - Library technician

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