The PLC Sydney Archives is dedicated to collecting, processing and preserving items that are relevant to the history of the College. These include:
- Student records
- School records
- College Council minutes and records
- ArtefactsAs well as recording and storing authentic documentation of the College’s activities, the Archives aim to preserve the memories of school life and activities.
The Archives maintains non-current records, memorabilia and artefacts in a stable, secure environment and takes care to prevent their loss or damage.
The PLC Sydney Archives is available for research or study. Students, staff and members of the general public are welcome to visit the Archives to read and examine items of interest.
The collection includes photographs, video footage, student work, textiles, student records and documents, maps, books, letters and more.
For information about the College’s history and traditions please visit our Archives site.
HOW CAN YOU HELP?
Former staff members, ex-students and members of the general public are welcome to donate items that are relevant to the history of the College. If you would like to contribute to PLC Sydney’s history, please contact the Archives.
Open Tuesdays and Thursdays
Please contact the Archivist, Mrs Debby Cramer, to confirm availability
Tel: (+612) 9704 5748
Located upstairs in the Stables
(Visitor’s Reception and Enquiries building)