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This guide is the main site for St. John's College Woodlawn Library. Here you can find assistance with reading, research, referencing and the latest technology to use in the classroom.
Last Updated: Nov 22, 2017 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Library Staff

Co-ordinator of Library and Information Services, Ms Catherine Graham-Smith, and Library Assistants, Mrs Helen Koellner and Mrs Emma Tulk.


Student Librarians

Student Librarians were introduced to the Library in 2011. They contributed to the daily running of the library, doing such tasks as shelving books, borrowing and returning books, advising students on "good reads", setting up laptops for printing, helping with photocopying and creating displays. They also add to the library website. Their contribution is greatly valued.

Student Librarians 2017:


Student Librarians 2012:

Marion Joseph (12), Byron Butler (12), Callum Riordan (10), Sam Collins (10), Jye Beardow (8), Isabella Rainbird (8), Jake Landrigan (9), Amelia Rofe (8), Chloe Graham (8), Abbey Pigna (8)t, Tess McCosker (8), Kiarna Thomas (8), Alexandra Mison (7)and Luke Blunn (9).

Student Librarians 2011:

 Luke Blunn (8), Paris Mordecai (8), Isabella Rainbird (7), Julian Price (8) Nathan Shaefer (12), Jake Landrigan (8) Absent: Chris Avila (8), Liam Reen (8)



Mission Statement

The Library provides all members of St John’s College with access to print and digital information, reading and research assistance, and instruction that support the curricula and educational goals of our school. 

The integration of the Library Program with the curricula fosters collaboration with teachers. This ensures that information and digital literacy skills are an integral part of learning so that students will be able to function successfully and independently in our information society. 

The Library Program extends and enhances classroom experiences and stimulates the development of a lifelong love and appreciation of reading, learning and inquiry.

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