The Jill Sherlock Memorial Learning Assistance Library
Oatlands Public School
Belmore St East
OATLANDS NSW 2117
Alanna Sydes, Teacher Librarian
Tel: 02 9630 8684
Fax: 02 9630 2326
The Jill Sherlock Memorial Learning Assistance Library is an initiative of the Department of Education and Communities and the Sherlock Trust. The library provides resources to assist students with additional learning and support needs.
The library has a comprehensive collection which is highly specialised and covers a range of subjects including attention deficit disorders, behaviour, social skills, learning difficulties, language and literacy.
Membership is free and available to parents, teachers and other educational personnel in NSW. You may apply for membership by joining online www.sherlocklibrary.det.nsw.edu.au or by visiting the library. Their online catalogue allows you to search the collection, but they also provide an "Ask a Librarian" service.
Loans can be mailed to you at no charge, but you are responsible for the return costs.
Cubby House Toy Library Inc
Auspicing organisation is:
Early Education(EarlyEd) Inc.
EarlyEd Northern Beaches
Cubby House Toy Library
32 Howard Avenue
Contact: Sandra Gillett, Administration Officer
Tel: 9971 7006
19/248 Miller Street, North Sydney, 2060
EarlyEd Northern Sydney
3 Cunningham Street, North Sydney, 2060
Tel: 9923 2727
Cubby House Toy Library is open to families living on the northern beaches of Sydney, with additional support provided for children who have a disability or delay in their development.
The toy library was originally established in 1980 and joined with EarlyEd in September, 2014. It is the only toy library on Sydney’s northern beaches.
EarlyEd will also be offering services in addition to the toy library from the Dee Why premises and other venues on the northern beaches.
Monday: 9:15am to 12.00noon (not therapy appointments)
Thursday: 9.45am to 12.30pm
Saturday: 9:15am to 12.00 noon
Joining Fee: $10.00
Service Fee: $15.00 per month (with minimum of 6 mths payment)
For families with children who have a disability or delay in their development we offer additional support.
An appointment is required for first visit to the library so child’s needs can be discussed with the intervention team.