Nuccio is a highly experienced Teacher-Librarian who has taught in four schools over 25 years. He has held many positions of responsibility including year level coordinators of year 10 and year 11, head of the English faculty and the director of pre-service teachers. He is an expert GAT and English examiner and assessor. His view of the LRC is that it be a place of study and recreation for all levels and types of students - an inclusive space that helps students become researchers in preparation for university and also provide ample reading opportunities for varied interests. He is interested in design, architecture, travel and eating good food. (EXT - 214) email@example.com
Peta is a young library technician who is dedicated to helping students, and ensuring our library collection is the best it can be. She has worked at Ivanhoe Girls, University High School, Melbourne High and Princes Hill. Her interests include reading, pilates and adoring her Hungarian Vizsla Angus. firstname.lastname@example.org
Oliver is a fresh faced library technician with a passion for promoting love of reading. He has worked at University High school, where he ran the famous Harry Potter quizzes. His interests include reading, running and listening to music. email@example.com
The MacRobertson Girls' High School's guiding values and core principles are embraced and reflected in what we do here in the LRC.
'Mastery of Self'
Monday to Friday:
8am - 4:15pm
(03) 9864 7742
No food is permitted in the LRC, and school bags must be left outside in your locker.
Mobile phones are to be kept on silent.
Thank you for helping us maintain the LRC as a place of quality study and meaningful recreation :)
Monday - Friday
Closed during all assemblies and holidays
+61 03 9864 7742
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