Resource Centre

Learning
Resource Centre & ICT

The Resource Centre is a student-centred hub of learning and vibrant activity

The Resource Centre

The Resource Centre at Christ Church Grammar School is a student-centred hub of learning and vibrant activity.

It is central to implementing, enriching and supporting teaching and learning at our school. It provides access to knowledge, experiences and ideas and supports us in supporting an information-literate community. The Resource Centre provides an exciting, interesting, print and digital-rich environment where students are welcomed and feel comfortable and where reading is promoted and encouraged. The Resource Centre also allows students, staff and the school community to access current, and quality collections of books and e-books.

Book Week

Every year, Christ Church Grammar School participates in the Australian Children’s Book Council’s Book Week. The celebration of Book Week is always fun and action-packed. Authors and illustrators are invited to visit the school and the highlight, as always, is the annual Book Week Parade.

Victorian Premier's Reading Challenge and Christ Church Grammar School 100 Club

Every year, our students participate in the Victorian Premier's Reading Challenge.  Our families support the challenge by sharing books with their children and assisting with recording the books on the website.

The Christ Church Grammar School 100 Club recognises students for reading 100 books for the Premier's Reading Challenge.


Information and Communication Technology

Christ Church Grammar school acknowledges that in an ever-changing world the relevant and meaningful use and application of digital technologies is essential for all students commencing or continuing their formal education as digital citizens. 

Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is deemed general capabilityin the new Australian Curriculum and is addressed explicitly in the content of all learning areas.

The ICT capability learning continuum is organised into five interrelated elements:

  • Applying social and ethical protocols and practices when using ICT
  • Investigating with ICT
  • Creating with ICT
  • Communicating with ICT
  • Managing and operating ICT

All learning spaces are well-resourced, enabling teachers to integrate Information Technologies seamlessly into our teaching and learning programs.