A dynamic space to engage.
Students from Year 5 to 12 are welcome in G Centre Library to read and research in this vibrant space.
Year 5 and 6 attend library lessons here and senior classes use our study zones in small groups to focus, discuss and ponder ideas.
The Senior Library contains a dynamic range of fiction divided into age-appropriate groups, as well as picture books, graphic novels, a selection of magazines and a comprehensive non-fiction collection for research needs.
Virtual access is also provided through our Senior Library to the Sydney Morning Herald, research databases for all levels of study, e-books, recorded television programs and much more.
Library staff are delighted to be able to assist our senior students with all their information needs including accurate referencing, research support, locating resources and academic honesty. Information skills are demonstrated to all year groups and library staff aim to equip students with the ability to find and use accurate, credible and relevant sources.
For book reviews, events and to access our library catalogue OLIVER, visit the Library page.
No Time To Read? Think Again!
Short on time? Can't concentrate on a huge novel? Try a magazine! We have new subscriptions to Horsewyse, Double Helix and National Geographic Explorers as well as Motor, Australian Traveller, Rugby League Review and more.
Premier’s Reading Challenge
The Premier’s Reading Challenge is open to NSW students from Kindergarten to Year 9 each year to encourage the development of a lifelong love of reading.
At Penrith Anglican College we energetically promote the Challenge to our students, and actively assist them to select Challenge listed books, track their choices and submit their completed reading logs.
The 2022 Challenge commenced on 28 February and closes on 19 August.
For all information on joining in the fun, talk to Library staff or visit the official website: