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General Information
Bellevue Park State School Resource Centre is located in the recently constructed Resource Centre. The centre is staffed by our HOC (Head of Curriculum), Support Teacher Literacy and Numeracy, Learning Enhancement Teacher and Teacher Aides.

All staff and students have access to the Resource Centre during school hours to borrow resources and enjoy the tranquil welcoming environment.  


The library consists of wireless learning spaces which are utilised by all classes and boasts a wide selection of fiction and non-fiction texts.


Students are able to borrow 5 home readers and 2 additional books on a weekly basis for home or school use. Books must be returned to the library the following week, with unfinished books able to be reborrowed.  Students who have late returns will not be allowed to borrow until all overdue loans have been returned to the library in good order. Loss and damage of library books will incur charges.


Additionally,  the library is equipped with a green room for video production, a PC computer lab and small group research areas. 


At lunchtimes, students are able to play with board games, use a computer or sit quietly and read.


Connect Program

Information to follow



​Premiers Reading Challenge

We are delighted to announce that all Bellevue Park State School students have been registered to participate in the 2016 Premier’s Reading Challenge.

As well as being fun, the challenge aims to boost children’s literacy skills by encouraging students to read widely for pleasure and learning, to develop their imagination, and to cultivate a passion for literature.

Last year, more than 138,000 students and 830 schools registered for the program. More than 89,000 students successfully completed the challenge reading 1.95 million books.

The reading period for the 2016 Premier's Reading Challenge commences on Monday 16 May and closes Friday 26 August.

This year the Premier has challenged all state and non-state school students from Prep to Year 2 to read or experience 20 books, Years 3 and 4 to read 20 books and Years 5 to 9 to read 15 books. Experiencing books can include shared reading, listening to stories, or reading picture books. The aim for the 2016 challenge is to reach a total of two million books read.

All students have been registered for this event. ‘Record Forms’ need to be completed for each student and returned to your child’s teacher by 26 August 2016.  Additional ‘Record Forms’ are available upon request from the office or classroom teachers.

Every student who completes the challenge will receive a Certificate of Achievement signed by the Premier and all students receive a Certificate of Participation. It will be my great pleasure to present these certificates during the Premier’s Reading Challenge celebration weeks to be held 7 – 18 November 2016.

For more information about the Premier’s Reading Challenge, please visit:

You can play a big part in your children’s future by encouraging them to be part of this positive initiative.   

We look forward to seeing as many of our students as possible embrace the 2016 Premier’s Reading Challenge.

Download Premiers Reading Challenge Record Form​

​Book Week

Book week will be celebrated from 22 - 26 August 2016. Planned events include:



Book Fair ( 22 - 26 August)
Come along and view a large range of beautiful books available for purchase. The library will be transformed into an exciting book shop great idea to encourage reading.  This years book fair theme is 'Feeling Groovy.  

Book Character Parade (26 August 2016)
Students are asked to come to school dressed as their favourite book character and participate in the annual parade, held in the hall.

Titans Guest Readers (22 - 26 August)
Titans players will be involved in reading with selected classes, sharing their love of literacy with the students.

The Great Book Swap (26 AUgust 2016)
Students are asked to bring along any books that they are no longer using to swap amongst their peers.  Studnets wishing to participate in the swap are asked to bring a gold coin donation, with all money raised going to the Indigenous Literacy Foundation.