Take a look at some examples of school library websites from New Zealand and other countries to use as inspiration for your own.
Raroa Normal Intermediate School Library — this Wellington school has a standalone website built with Weebly, a free platform.
Te Totara Primary School Library — library site is integrated with this Hamilton school's website which is built with the Spike@School platform.
Auburn North Primary School — this Australian school has a highly visual site as 97 percent of their student population is from non-English speaking backgrounds and a third of their students are refugees.
Queen's High School Information Centre — this Dunedin school has a standalone website built with free Weebly platform. It integrates a blog, Google forms, social curation tool Symbaloo, and the AnyQuestions widget.
Golden Bay High School library — based in Takaka, this school has a library page integrated with the school's website.
Mt Roskill Grammar — this Auckland school has an integrated school-library website.
Brisbane Grammar, Queensland — has a standalone school library website built with Libguides platform.
Scotch College, Melbourne — has a standalone school library website.