Padua College is served by a Library at each campus. The purpose of Padua College Libraries is to Our teacher-librarians work with classes across Years 7-9 through various ‘Read Every Day’ programs, to foster a love of reading. Our extensive collection of teen and young adult fiction includes print, digital and audio books suitable for all literacy levels and interests, and our inter-campus loan system gives students access to extensive resources. Each Library offers a range of lunchtime activities for students to participate in, including Book Clubs, competitions and other fun events.

All Libraries have areas dedicated to teaching, reading and research work, all within an open plan environment. Students’ research is supported by the Library’s subscriptions to a range of digital databases, providing access to high-quality, current information. The Library team works with junior and senior students, to ensure they develop sound information literacy and digital citizenship skills, essential to their success in the online world. The Library also manages the College’s audio-visual resources, providing students with access to high-quality cameras and other media equipment.

Mornington Campus Library - The Mary MacKillop Resource Centre

Located at the heart of the school, designed to support contemporary learning, with areas zoned for group activities, quiet reading and study.

Opening hours at Mornington: Monday – Thursday 8.00am – 5.30pm Friday 8.00am – 4.00pm

Rosebud Campus Library and Tyabb Campus Library 

Both these libraries are excellent facilities designed to support contemporary learning, with areas zoned for group activities, quiet reading and study.

Opening hours at Rosebud and Tyabb:  Monday – Friday 8.00am – 4.00pm

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