Mrs Dot Ellis
The Bookshop caters for all textbook and basic stationery requirements of students in the Junior, Middle and Senior Schools
Opening Hours Monday to Friday during term time
Students: 7.30am to 8.20am
12.45pm to 1.25pm
Parents and staff: By appointment ring Ext 218 or email email@example.com
Through consultation with staff the Bookshop provides students with access to textbooks and novels required during the year.
All stationery is purchased through a local distributor at discounted prices which the Bookshop passes on to students.
Examples of stationery items available
Pens, pencils, markers, coloured pencils, pencil cases, rulers, erasers, sharpeners, whiteout tape and pens, glue sticks and refill leads.
Examples of special art items available
Glitter glue (pearl, fluro and confetti), a range of coloured cardboard and connector pens.
Examples of study items available
USBs, calculators, batteries, locker locks (combination or keyed), reusable book coverw, binders, tab dividers, lined refills for two or four-ring binders and sheet protectors, binder books, headphones, school diaries and iPad bags.
Text and Stationery requirements must be ordered online for 2013 - see 'Quick Links' at left. A limited range of textbooks are available for all year levels. Textbooks must be paid via cash, credit or debit card. Second-hand textbooks are no longer collected by the Bookshop. Instead we have created a link to http://www.sustainableschoolshop.com.au/ which is an excellent website to swap, trade or sell your pre-loved text books.
Due to the ability to register online with most of your textbooks, NO refunds can be given by the Bookshop once order despatched.
Replacement ID cards may be ordered and collected. ID pouches to protect cards and lanyards to keep them safe are available.
Emergency uniform items
The Bookshop also holds a small supply of uniform items for emergencies, such as socks, stockings, hair ribbons, shin pads, mouth guards, tissues, whistles and water bottles.