Open: 8:30am - 4:00pm
The library is the central hub of the school. It is the perfect place to come read, research and study. As a reflection of the special character of Trinity Catholic College, the library strives to provide resources that reflect our diverse community and our student's curriculum needs. In the library, we are passionate about literacy and student success.
Contact the library staff at firstname.lastname@example.org
Follow us on Instagram: @trinitylibrarynz
We have an impressive collection of fiction and nonfiction, and many other resources, including an extensive e-book collection. We love to read! If you are stuck for something to read ask any of our team for help.
The library has wifi and you can print directly from your device. Every Thursday at lunchtime Nathan is available for any technical assistance you need. We have computers available for use as well as Chromebooks and laptops that can be borrowed.
Students can gain their librarian badges by assisting in the library while developing their library skills.
Our library is now available 24/7
Browse the collection at trinitylib.eplatform.co
You will need an app on your device to listen to these books offline.
We recommend the ePlatform by Wheelers app.
Our Library online catalogue is so easy to use. Log on using your username and password and search our catalogue from anywhere. You can also renew your own books, suggest books to buy as well as reserving books and writing reviews.
EPIC is a venture between New Zealand libraries and the Ministry of Education, giving schools free access to a worldwide range of electronic resources. Through EPIC schools can access databases containing thousands of international and New Zealand magazines, newspapers, biographies, substantial reference works, and images. EPIC lets you access up-to-date full text articles covering a huge range of subjects.
Ask one of the library team for the password.
We offer online schoolwork help to New Zealand school students. Via the AnyQuestions.co.nz website, you can log on between 1pm and 6pm Monday to Friday and talk to a real person about your schoolwork.
Our Librarians are specially trained to help you find the answers you need (without giving you the answers of course!). Also, for those times our Librarians are not online, you can visit ManyAnswers.co.nz, which has answers to commonly asked questions here on AnyQuestions.
Tuesday September 19, 2023
We had a fantastic week celebrating Te Reo Māori in the library.
Tuesday September 12, 2023
Do you love reading books and eating biscuits? Then this club is for you. We hope to see you there!
Wednesday September 6, 2023
Come and celebrate Māori Language Week in the library
Wednesday August 9, 2023
Do you love reading books and eating biscuits? Then this club is for you!
Wednesday June 21, 2023
This year's Book Week was a fantastic celebration of the written word, imagination, and the joy of reading.
Tuesday November 15, 2022
An interview with published illustrator Skyla Knopp from 7COR
Wednesday November 9, 2022
The library is offering students summer holiday reading bags to encourage students to read and improve their literacy levels.
Tuesday September 27, 2022
For the last two weeks of term, we have been celebrating our junior readers with parties and prizes in the library.
Monday August 29, 2022
It's time to search for those library books hiding under beds, under couch cushions and at the bottom of school bags.