Redlands has three well-resourced libraries and each section of the School has its own library, dedicated to meeting the needs of students at different ages and stages of learning. The libraries are centres of learning in each part of the school. They are linked by an online catalogue that provides access to the extensive collections of resources, and facilitates resource sharing.
The Roseby Library
The Roseby Library on the Military Rd Campus provides excellent resources for students in Years 7 to 12. Students are welcome to access a wide range of online databases available through the Moodle Online Classroom. The Roseby Library supports a thriving culture of reading through significant additions to the Fiction collections annually. We also purchase new Non-Fiction resources right throughout the year according to curriculum needs. Classes come to the library with their teachers to access resources for research and to enjoy a literature period. Students are also welcome to visit the library before school, at recess, lunchtime and after school, and during senior study periods. Teacher Librarians are available to assist and guide students with any request for information or help with research and assignments.
Monday - Thursday 8.00am - 5.00pm
Friday 8.00am - 4.00pm
The Library is open before school, during recess, at lunchtime, and after school.
The Arnold Library
The Arnold Library, which services students from Years 3-6, provides numerous events and programs that support the curriculum and prepare students for more autonomous learning and research. In addition to an extensive selection of books for Junior School students, the library is equipped with a bank of computers for research.
Mondays and Fridays 8am - 3.30pm
Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 8am - 4.00pm
Year 3 children may visit the library after school with their parents.
The Lucy Hill Library
The Lucy Hill Library, in its new location in the recently re-built Margaret Roberts Preparatory School, is an exemplary Early Childhood library catering for Pre-Schoolers to Year 2. It offers an extensive collection of resources to delight younger children and their parents. Parents are encouraged to support their child's reading endeavours by becoming members and visiting the library to borrow books before and after school.
OPENING HOURS:Mon, Tues, Thursday & Friday 8.00am - 4.00pm