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Mission Statement

Newhaven College Library aims to support the academic curriculum of the college and to nurture the intellectual growth of our students by offering opportunities to use information for understanding, enjoyment, imagination, creativity and personal growth. We aim to develop an appreciation and enjoyment of reading and learning throughout our students' lives and to support all students by providing equity of access to excellent resources, effective library spaces and current technology.

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The Age newspaper

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 The Age newspaper

We are happy to announce the arrival of digital copy of 'The Age' newspaper on-line each day Monday to Friday. You only have access at school and only 50 staff and students can access it concurrently. However, this should rarely occur, and you will be able to read all about the daily issues from Melbourne's own broadsheet. You also have access to past copies

The Age is a daily newspaper in Melbourne, Australia, that has been published since 1854. Owned and published by Nine Entertainment, The Age primarily serves Victoria, but copies also sell in Tasmania, the Australian Capital Territory and border regions of South Australia and southern New South Wales.

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Contact Us

Library Staff

Janine Butera - Library Technician 


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LIfe in the Library


Welcome back to Term 2.  Our Library is open and ready to roll.  Lots of new (and not so new) great books available for loan.  Why not pop in, have browse and grab yourself a book to read.

Looking forward to seeing you.

Still want to keep reading? The Library’s eBook platform run by Wheelers is online and available for those who wish to access books in eBook format. Books can be accessed via the Library Homepage, just using the following link Wheelers ePlatform



When Is National Sorry Day 2024? National Sorry Day is held each year on the  26th May, marking the date of the release of the Bringing Them Home Report. In 2024, this will be on a Sunday. It is also a lead-in to National Reconciliation Week, which runs from 27 May to 3 June every year.


National Reconciliation Week (NRW) is a time for all Australians to learn about our shared histories, cultures, and achievements, and to explore how each of us can contribute to achieving reconciliation in Australia.                       

27 May - 3 June

















Library News

What's happening in the Library.

Lots of new books available for loan, come in and have a look!



Entries open: 18 March 2024
Entries close: 1 September 2024
Longlist announcement: 18 October 2024
Shortlist announcement: 1 November 2024
Awards ceremony: TBA


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Wednesday - Games/LEGO day

Come and join us here in the Library for Chess, Connect 4 or build LEGO on Wednesday lunchtimes.





Thursday - Quiet Reading  / Study

Join us in the Library on Thursday at lunchtime for quiet reading or study. 

Library items can also be returned or borrowed during lunchtimes.




Friday - Junior Drawing & Colouring Group



Our junior school students can join us in the Library  at lunchtime on Friday lunchtimes

for Drawing and Colouring activities.



2023 Book Lists


Click on Year Level to access 2024 Book Lists



Year 7 - 2024

Year 8 - 2024

Year 9 - 2024

Year 10 - 2024

VCE - Year 11 & 12