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Holiday Activities

Check out some of the great holiday activities we offer on our What's On page.

Homework Help

Free study support from a qualified teacher is available on the ground floor of Auburn Library during the school term. Sessions are run from 4.00pm-7.00pm on Mondays-Thursdays and from 4.00pm-6.00pm on Fridays.

Homework Help is also available at Regents Park Library from 4.00pm-6.00pm on Wednesday afternoons.

Computers, internet access and printing facilities are available for students to use.

Visit the What's on page for more information.

Teen Book Club

If books and reading are your thing, then why not join a book club? Swap recommendations, discover new authors and meet other book-lovers your age - with refreshments of course! If you’re interested in joining a book club, leave your details at the Library or phone the Children’s & Youth Librarian on 9735 1282.​

Premier's Reading Challenge

The Premier's Reading Challenge aims to encourage a love of reading and to enable students to experience quality literature.
To assist students who are participating in the Premier’s Reading Challenge, the library has added stickers to titles included in the Challenge to indicate the reading level. In the library’s catalogue students can also search for Premier's Reading Challenge.

For further information about challenge rules and booklists, check the NSW Premier's Reading challenge website.

Auburn Future Writers Competition

The Auburn Future Writers Competition is hosted each year by the Friends of Auburn Library Services (FOALS) and Auburn City Library. It is a short story writing competition for Primary and High School students to encourage them to develop their creative potential.

The 2016 Auburn Future Writers Competition runs from 5 April - 1 July 2016.  Entry forms will be available after the launch. Visit the What's on What's on page for more information.

Databases

Inside Break
Inside Break, the HSC resources website full of information and links to lectures, resources, past exams, and more.
Access Inside Break
 
YourTutor
Yourtutor allows students to connect with qualified tutors online using the Library’s public computers or at home using their own computer. Get help with homework, assignments, projects and exam revision. You will need to enter your Library membership number for access. You can access Your Tutor between 3.00pm and 10.00pm on school days only..
Access YourTutor