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Acknowledgement of Country

Tenison Woods College respectfully acknowledges the Boandik people are the First Nations people of the Mount Gambier South Eastern region of South Australia and pay respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, past, present and emerging.

Overdue Books

If you have overdue books please return them to the library!  

Sustainable Development Goals

Library Catalogue

e-graphic novels Year 6+

An exciting new graphic novel reading resource for Years 6 and higher to borrow.

Your favourite comics, manga and graphic novels available to borrow whenever you like and by multiple students.

No waiting for items to be returned!

e-books & audio

Make anyplace your reading place!  eBooks and Audio books available to borrow for students and staff!

1.Click the Wheelers image above or download the  Wheelers ePlatform app from your app store

2. Find our library ( Tenison Woods College ) and log in using your school log in details

3. Browse and borrow an eBook to read on your device

See the library staff if you need some help.

Story Box

Story Box Library for Reception  - Year 6

A collection of favourite stories read by our best story tellers!

Click on the image above to sign in. 

Ask your teacher for the login details or contact the school library.

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Our Mission

We aim to provide you with access to information resources, assistance in using them, and the support to enable you to develop the skills needed to fulfil your current and future information needs.

Opening Hours

Monday – Friday
8.00 am – 4.00pm

Closed Weekends, Public Holidays & Term Breaks

Contact us

email: library@tenison.catholic.edu.au

phone: (08) 8725 5455

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Interesting Information

 

James B. Dorey, Flinders University; Lucas Hearn, Flinders University; Mike Lee, Flinders University; Patricia S. Slattery, Flinders University

New research provides insights into the evolution and ecology of Australian bees. The capricious masked bee employs female nest guards in a cooperative social structure. Meanwhile, fussy feeders abound.