A message from the library
The library is committed to preparing students for a complex future in a global world.
The cultivation of information literacy skills and critical thinking processes will enable students to negotiate the challenges and embrace the opportunities of an increasingly complex and interconnected world.
By providing a dynamic learning environment, combining innovative teaching practices and technologically-enriched learning spaces, students will become intuitive, motivated and reflective learners.
Each student is invited to come to the library and borrow books. In the primary libraries students also have lessons which focus on literature appreciation, research skills and information literacy.
In the high school the library is used as a study space for Year 12 students. Classes also come to the library to complete research projects. The library is open at recess and lunch every day for students to enjoy the resources. High school students can borrow two books for up to two weeks. Overdue library books attract a fine of 10 cents per day. This is to ensure books are returned in a timely fashion so everyone can enjoy them.
There are also two different MFIS library websites for everyone to access and enjoy