The Ken Thamm Centre (KTC) is a Pre Prep to Year 12 Learning Resource Centre comprising a lecture theatre, a variety of class areas, sound-proof studios, individual study areas and a reading lounge. Four hundred students from all sectors of the College can be accommodated in a variety of learning settings at the same time.
More than 140,000 learning resources (books, videos, charts, CD ROMs, sound recordings, magazines and games) can be accessed through the KTC by students, staff and Immanuel families. There are PCs, laptops and a large variety of audiovisual and multimedia equipment available to facilitate student and staff learning. The KTC was officially opened on 23 February 2003 by Mrs Irma Thamm in honour of her husband, Pastor Ken Thamm, who was a founder of the College in 1979.
- Monday 7:45am - 5:00pm*
- Tuesday 7:45am - 5:00pm*
- Wednesday 7:45am - 5:00pm*
- Thursday 7:45am - 5:00pm*
- Friday 7:45am - 4:00pm*
- Weekends - closed.
* Use of the KTC after 3.15pm is restricted to Secondary School students. Junior School students on campus after this time should be booked into Outside School Hours Care unless being directly supervised by a parent or guardian or involved in organised sporting, cultural or academic activities. We also offer Years 10-12 students the opportunity to use the KTC for study purposes during term breaks.
Head of Library Services: Mr Graeme Smith
Librarian: Mrs Kelly Dunham
Library Technician: Ms Debbie Mason
Library Assistant (AV): Mrs Michelle Craik
Library Assistants: Mrs Jill Thompson, Mrs Vicki Dwyer
Textbooks Coordinator: Mrs Vicki Dwyer
Contact the Ken Thamm Centre on (07) 5477 3443 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org