The Learning Resources Centre is located in the Queen Elizabeth II Academic Centre, inaugurated in February 2016. Its open concept and contemporary design reflect St. Paul’s vision for learning in the 21st century.
It is an educational research centre where pupils can seek information to aid them with their assignments, assisted by a qualified team of staff. This is a place where Prep children enjoy storytelling and learn to do research and also where the sixth formers spend hours on their extended essays for their IB diploma having browsed resources relevant to their topic. The space also encourages collaborative skills and the opportunity to work together – essential skills for life beyond school.
A learning hub
The LRC is a place where you can frequently find pupils conscientiously researching, learning and developing their skills; here they learn to become digitally competent independent learners. The LRC also houses a suite of meeting rooms and a board room, and hosts whole school events throughout our special themed weeks, such as arts week, reading week, etc.
We look forward to welcoming you soon.