8.00 am to 4.00 pm Mon to Friday : Years 7 – 9
8.00 am to 5.30 pm Mon, Tue, Thur : Years 10 -12

Oakhill College Coding Club
Coding is what makes it possible for you to create computer software, apps, and websites. 

  • Do you want to make your own fabulous website?
  • Would you like to build your own game?
  • Are you interested in creating your own App?
  • Do you like robotics?

Coding Club meets every Monday at lunchtime in the  Library. Come join the College Coding Club and make new friends.


Virtual Reality Explorers
Oakhill College now has the 
VR Explorers group. We get together at lunchtimes on Tuesdays and also from 3.15 to 4.00pm on Monday afternoons. If you would like to have a turn of using the latest Virtual Reality equipment or are just interested to see what it is all about, then come to the LIbrary and check us out.

Readers Group
Come along to Readers Group on Thursday’s at lunchtime in the Library. We read, talk about books, and organise fun activities related to Books and Reading.

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Oakhill Citemaker

Use our Citemaker site for your referencing and bibliographies. This has no ads, you can save your citations and it’s easy to use. Try this instead of Harvard generator or Cite This For Me.

Check out our eBooks and Audiobooks

Go to our eBook collection at https://oakhill.wheelers.co/

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Download an eBook or Audiobook to your device.

New E-books – Wheelers ePlatform

From Australia’s favourite storyteller comes a story, within a story, that shows us the extraordinary power of true love and solves a decades-old mystery.

‘Once upon a time, in a dark city far away, there lived a boy called Walter, who had nothing but his name to call his own …’ The handwritten book, with its strangely vivid illustrations, has been hidden in the old house for a long, long time. Tonight, four kids and their teacher will find it. Tonight, at last, the haunting story of Walter and the mysterious, tragic girl called Sparrow will be read – right to the very end …

From one of Australia’s most renowned children’s authors, comes an extraordinary story within a story – a mystery, a prophecy, a long-buried secret. And five people who will remember this night as long as they live.

Ebsco Explora Databases

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EBSCO Explora is available in your school library through a link on the Digital Library.

With Explora, you can…

  • Search for articles, news and more using a single search box
  • Browse popular topics by category to get research ideas
  • Read Topic Overviews to gain the background information you need to start your research
  • Limit results to articles that match your reading level
  • Hear HTML articles read aloud with EBSCO’s Text-to-Speech feature
  • Search among 60,000 videos from the Associated Press, the world’s leading news agency
  • Save articles and searches to your own personal folder for easy retrieval
  • Use EBSCO’s citation tool to properly cite sources in your research

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Principal's Book of the Week

The Wonderful World of Maths: by Eddie Woo
Why is a rainbow curved? Why aren’t left-handers extinct? How is a sunflower like a synchronised swimmer? Why is ‘e’ a magic number?
The answer to these questions is contained within one simple word: MATHS.
Because maths is all about patterns, and our universe is extraordinarily patterned.

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