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IT/Digital Technologies

According to the PISA report: Students, Computers and Learning: Making the Connection (2015):

“The foundation skills required in a digital environment can and should be taught”

“Information and communication technology (ICT) has revolutionised virtually every aspect of our life and work. Students unable to navigate through a complex digital landscape will no longer be able to participate fully in the economic, social and cultural life around them.”

Educating our students in a technology-rich environment is essential to our school foci of high expectations, innovation and improvement. Ongoing investments in digital technology ensure all staff and students have access to specialist devices and the internet in all subject areas. Effective use of digital equipment enables personalised learning, collaboration and sharing of materials. It improves communication, access to online resources and exposes students to contemporary approaches to learning.

At Wirreanda Secondary School, we pride ourselves in educating our students on Digital Citizenship and Digital Literacies. Whilst embracing the power of digital technology, we recognise the need to raise awareness of the risks that students can face online.

All the information below applies for the remainder of 2016.

2017 will see major changes in IT provision at Wirreanda Secondary School. Details of the 2017 BYOD provision can be found here.

2016 Acceptable Use of ICT 

The Student Diary has a section on page 3 for parents and students to sign to say they agree with the terms of the Acceptable Use of ICT Policy. This policy, available in the link below, needs to be read and sign in advance of using the ICT facilities at the school.

2016 Acceptable Us of ICT

2017 Acceptable Use of ICT 

As we have introduced a BYOD scheme for 2017, there have been significant amendments to the Acceptable Use of ICT Policy. Students and parents/care givers are obligated to read the policy in advance of signing the Agreement of the Acceptable Use of ICT Policy. Both the policy and the agreement form are provided below.

2017 acceptable use of ICT


If you have any questions regarding use of IT/Digital Technologies in relation to the school, please do not hesitate to get in touch. Neals
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