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2013 library and resources centre report

  1. 1. Library and Resources Centre 2013 Progress Report Music is “Deep ocean” from the album “Lovelite” by “All Colour” downloaded from http://comeandlive.com on 10 December 2013
  2. 2. Daniel 5:12 … found to have a keen mind and knowledge and understanding… and solve difficult problems. 2013: Be seen to be keen
  3. 3. The staff welcomes you! Mrs Little and Mrs Bertram work mostly in the Library. Mrs Turner mostly manages the Resources Centre.
  4. 4. We have enthusiastic readers…
  5. 5. 45,982 library books, teaching resources and textbooks 1,950 potential borrowers Picture books for all ages Opens on weekdays from 8:00 to 4:30 Fiction and graphic novels Online and printed information Magazines, DVDs, eBooks and Reference Our library has:
  6. 6. Highlights of 2013: New carpet and couches! A comfortable place to read and relax
  7. 7. Numerous visitors and seminars Visiting author and illustrator, Bruce Potter
  8. 8. Opening of our Library Garden Our principal, Mr Crosbie, cut the ribbon We thanked the PTA, artists and school caretakers for all their help.
  9. 9. The Book Fair raised just over $7,500.00, used towards new books for our library “Friends of Bethlehem College Library” helped to run it this year. We really appreciate their help. Book Fair
  10. 10. Joining in with celebrating the school‟s 25th birthday: These are some of the uniforms from the Archives. We had several competitions, such as one based on history revealed in previous school magazines.
  11. 11. Activities to enable exploring the library, during Library Week: Hudson Taylor won the Inter-house Reading Quiz!
  12. 12. Book Club! Developing the imagination…
  13. 13. Colourful, topical displays, including class work.
  14. 14. There are opportunities to serve, and learn how libraries are organised. Monitors for 2013: Kate Armstrong, Hayden Borrows, Ryan Cunningham, Jacob Davie, Leah Foster, Justice-Raine Haumaha, Jarrod Higgins, Ashley Hocking, Hannah Hockly, Brodie Hunter, Constance Jefferson, Emily Kuizinas-O‟Connell, Hugh Lees, Yuefeng Lin, Michael McAnulty- Smith, Seeun Park, Seri Park, Jonathan Pearse, Adara Price, Ella Rapley-Jones, Kilian Tubbs, Emma Turner, Nicholas Wotton as well as the Library Helpers: Anna Dunstan, Crystal Bang and Anna Grant. Some of the monitors, sharing lunch
  15. 15. Circulation of library books: More or less, in 2013?
  16. 16. Year group Fiction Books: 2012 Fiction Books: 2013 Non-fiction Books: 2012 Non-fiction Books: 2013 Total: 2012 Total: 2013 Up/ down 1 931 2,391 916 1,345 1,847 3,736 ˄ 2 1,457 1,961 673 1,251 2,130 3,212 ˄ 3 2,312 2,563 1,260 1,616 3,572 4,179 ˄ 4 2,233 2,453 1,161 1,778 3,394 4,231 ˄ 5 3,636 3,543 910 1,803 4,546 5,346 ˄ 6 2,462 2,892 892 1,467 3,354 4,359 ˄ 7 3,237 3,245 822 618 4,059 3,863 ˄ 8 944 959 276 278 1,220 1,237 ˄ 9 1,136 1,156 254 235 1,390 1,391 ˄ 10 517 479 181 79 698 558 ˄ 11 601 196 169 76 770 272 ˄ 12 378 569 78 119 456 688 ˄ 13 133 105 91 43 224 148 ˄ Totals 19,977 22,512 7,683 10,708 27,660 33,220 ˄ 10 Circulation statistics Note: Our Year 10, 11 and 13 students are to be encouraged to read more!
  17. 17. Who took out the most Library books?  E2, with 29 students, read 1,911books.  Therefore, the average number of books read during 2013 was 65.8  The top reader was Martin Loeffen Romagnoli, who read 222 library books.  The top reader in Junior Secondary was Kate Armstrong (Year 7), who read 165 of our books.  A Senior student, Ashleigh Neal read 137 library books this year! 17% more library books borrowed than 2012
  18. 18. Potential users • 481 students from Year 0 – 6 • 500 students from Year 7 – 9 • 662 students from Year 10 – 13 • 203 staff members • 68 Kindy students over the whole year • 36 BTI staff and students electing registration with us. Are you a library user?
  19. 19. Library book stock 2012 2013 Adult Fiction 51 Adult Non-fiction 4 Fiction 5,941 Fiction-Easy 1,033 Non-fiction 10,983 Picture books 2,226 Reference 242 Total 20,480 Adult Fiction 88 Adult Non-fiction 5 Fiction 6,222 Fiction-Easy 1,015 Non-fiction 10,654 Picture books 2,328 Reference 219 Total 20,531
  20. 20. Stocktaking Total Found Adult - Fiction 88 87 Adult - Non-fiction 5 5 Fiction 6,222 6,112 Fiction - Easy 1,015 998 Non-fiction 10,655 10,576 Picture books 2,328 2,315 Reference 219 218 Total 20532 20311 Adult - Fiction 1% Adult - Non-fi 0% Fiction 30% Fiction - Easy 5% Non-fiction 52% Picture books 11% Reference 1% Book stock Withdrawn books 1,206 eBooks 126 Websites 308 We did stocktaking during September, while Seniors were writing trial exams. We have a wide range of library books:
  21. 21. Resources and textbooks Primary Teacher Resources 2,863 Primary textbooks 9,400 Secondary textbooks 13,188 Total 25,451
  22. 22. New library books: 3 Reference books 192 Picture books 464 Non-fiction books 32 Easy Fiction books 579 Fiction books 40 Adult fiction  1,149 new books purchased  159 books donated, via the Book Fair fund- raising  23 „lost‟ books were found We buy what you request, provided it fits our selection criteria!
  23. 23. Total assets 46,901 items, worth $626,186.62! Fiction Year 0-6, $3,125.20 Fiction Year 7-10, $1,935.93 Fiction Year 11-13, $1,992.75 Non-fiction Year 0- 6, $4,328.85 Non-fiction Year 7- 10, $1,031.96 Non-fiction Year 11- 13, $848.47 Picture books, $3,365.55 Graphic novels, $956.15 eBooks, $674.71 Christian books, $1,173.40 Staff books, $285.00 Library book spending during 2013:
  24. 24. 2013 purchases and usage of Resources Primary Teacher Resources: 2,863 issued Primary textbooks: 9,400 issued Secondary textbooks: 13,188 issued 639 Primary Resources were purchased, valued at $23,457.50 472 Primary textbooks were purchased, valued at $6,336.65 332 Secondary textbooks were purchased, valued at $10,374.75 Altogether, we added 2,753 items, valued at $62,320.71
  25. 25. We support blended learning Information gathered from printed books and magazines, is supplemented with online sources, thus extending the core curriculum. We provided 2 iPad minis for students to read eBooks in the library. 245 eBooks were downloaded to be read, this year, compared to 111 in 2012. We are impressed with Year 8 student, Hayden Borrows, who read 39 eBooks, in addition to the 62 printed books that he borrowed.
  26. 26. The library is the place to do research, learn, r elax, feel welcomed…

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