Using EPIC, schools have access to thousands of electronic resources covering all curriculum learning areas from primary to secondary level. Included are magazines, newspapers, encyclopedia, images and much more.

The National Library is transforming its Services to Schools in response to library and education directions. Over the next 4 years we will transition to new services and from term 3, 2015 the lending service will change. Find out more about the changes and documents providing rationale and detail for the new services.

First World War inquiry guides (English medium) and resource packs (Māori medium) for teachers of years 1-13 are now available on the First World War Inquiry Guides and Resources website.

Book clubs are a wonderful way to engage students and contribute to the reading culture at your school.

We have selected these online resources to support you when you need information relating to Easter including crafts, activities, religious facts and recipes. SCIS 1525123

We have selected these online resources to support you when you need information relating to the popular curriculum topic, Anzac. SCIS 1525095

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Blogs

25 March 2015

Contemporary Māori artists present their work along with suggestions for creative art activities 

31 March 2015

A 2014 report ‘The future of Library Services for and with Teens: A Call to Action’ is the result of a year long national forum conducted by the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA). This report shows  ‘many libraries (school and public) continue to grapple with diminishing resources, while at the same time struggling to meet the needs of a changing teen population’.