Middleton Public School

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Telephone02 6862 1999



At Middleton Public School the library is a valued resource centre.

The whole school is actively involved in the library for borrowing, browsing, researching and resource building.

Each week students have a set borrowing time which is given high priority by the staff and all students are encouraged to borrow regularly. 

Student will need a library bag to take home any books they borrow. Library bags can be purchased from the school office for $7.00.

Library Days for 2019 are:


5/6E, 5/6H, 3/4D, 3/4O


KJ, K/1W


1/2S, 1/2L, 4/5R

Mrs Helen Standen (Librarian)

NSW Premier's Reading Challenge

Our school participates in the NSW Premier Reading Challenge. All students in K-2 complete the challenge in collaboration with their classroom teacher and the Teacher Librarian, who organise the submission of their online reading records for them. Students in Year 3-6 are strongly encourage to continue to complete the challenge.

The Challenge aims to encourage a love of reading for leisure and pleasure in students, and to enable them to experience quality literature. It is not a competition but a challenge to each student to read, to read more and read more.

The Challenge usually opens in March and concludes around August.

For further information please see Mrs Standen in the library.

Book Club