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Queen’s Baton Relay Start of Day Celebrations – 16 March 2018

Date:March 16, 2018

What a sensational start to the day at Kewarra Beach campus on Friday 16 March.  TAS was honoured to be Read more...

FNQ Interschool Chess Championships, Round 1 2018

Date:March 12, 2018

TAS hosted the first round of the Far North Queensland Interschool Chess Championships on 1 March, with 339 students competing. Read more...

Principal’s Forums – 6 and 7 March 2018

Date:March 5, 2018

TAS encourages parents and guardians to be as involved with the school as possible. And from the results of our Read more...

Swimming State Championships

Date:January 25, 2018

Wonderful news for our swimmers. At the recent State Championships, TAS swimming once again finished as the #1 state team Read more...

Learning. Believing. Achieving – Week 9 Term 1

Date:March 27, 2018

The Queen’s Baton Relay What a terrific morning at Kewarra Beach campus on Friday 16 March. The campus looked magnificent as Read more...

Learning. Believing. Achieving – Week 8 Term 1

Date:March 19, 2018

Is there something in the water at TAS? Sometimes, as a school, you are reminded just how great your students Read more...

Learning. Believing. Achieving – Week 7 Term 1

Date:March 6, 2018

Congratulations Emerging Artist, Evelyn Mikembe Evelyn took part in the FLAME 2018 mentorship and exhibition project. This exhibition will launch Read more...

Learning. Believing. Achieving – Week 6 Term 1

Date:March 1, 2018

Good luck Ella We wish Year 9 TAS student Ella Goddard all the best as she heads off for the Read more...

Learning. Believing. Achieving – Week 5 Term 1

Date:February 19, 2018

Music What a terrific evening on Saturday night in the Bishop Centre. We were treated to some wonderful performances from Read more...

Learning. Believing. Achieving – Week 2 Term 1

Date:February 9, 2018

Smart Phones I was interested to read the discussion recently in the media regarding smart phones in the classrooms of Read more...
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Libraries

Key to the Past, Present and Future

TAS Libraries provide a welcoming and innovative information gateway that supports teaching and learning at Trinity Anglican School. The vision of TAS Libraries is to empower students and staff to be life-long learners, informed decision makers, confident users of information technologies and enthusiastic readers; teaching them to observe all things.

Each Library presents a stimulating and contemporary learning and research environment. Staff and students have access to the constantly expanding collection of print, digital and technological resources.

Library staff encourage a love of reading by creating inviting reading areas and ensuring the latest fiction and non-fiction books and eBooks are available to staff and students. A variety of activities and events are organised throughout the year to foster interest in books, such as reading challenges, creative writing competitions, author visits and workshops and the annual Children’s Book Week celebrations.


The White Rock Library

http://taswrc.librarysolutions.com.au (available on campus)

This library provides an interactive digital and physical learning space for the students and staff of White Rock Junior and White Rock Senior. By fostering a collaborative, creative and ever-evolving environment, the library aims to keep up to date with the rapidly changing educational landscape. Library facilities include access to the school’s wireless network, current technology, Polycom video conferencing facilities, study and teaching spaces, reading and relaxing zones, a comprehensive and constantly expanding collection of fiction, non-fiction, ebooks, audiobooks, teacher reference texts and research resources such as newspapers, magazines, online subscriptions and video databases. Photocopying and laminating are also available.

Opening Hours:

  • Monday to Thursday - 8 am to 5 pm
  • Friday - 8 am to 4 pm

Tung Yep Library (Kewarra Beach)

http://taskbc.librarysolutions.com.au (Available on campus)

The Tung-Yep Library provides a contemporary and engaging learning and literacy environment for Kewarra Beach Junior School. The Library’s modern architecture features open plan teaching and reading spaces, access to the school’s wireless network, Polycom video conferencing facilities, extensive teacher resources and a relevant fiction and non-fiction collection for students. The teaching spaces are endowed with current and interactive technology. Photocopying and laminating are also available.

Opening Hours:

  • Monday to Friday - 8 am to 4 pm

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