Information and Communication Technology is integral to learning. The use of ICTs can accelerate, enable, improve and transform student learning in all key learning areas and phases of education. Through use of ICTs, teachers can engage the digital generation, improve individual learning opportunities, spark innovation and enhance pedagogy.
Help and Support
- Before school: 8:00am - 8:25am
- Lunch 1: 11:00am - 11:30am
- Lunch 2: 12:50pm - 1:10pm
- After school 2:30pm-2:45pm
The school provides a range of technical support to assist students with difficulties*. This is available before school, and during first break in the school Resource Centre. Limited support for BYOx devices may be available such as assistance with connection to the school’s wireless facilities.
*Access to school devices is dependant on resource fees being up to date at all times.
For more information or assistance contact our IT technicians:
Ph: 07 3714 2333 or
Bring your own device in 2024
In 2024 we transitioned to a full Bring Your Own Device (BYOx) school.
We know that when every child in the classroom has their individual device, teachers can use future-focused teaching and learning experiences. This results in students being more engaged and successful in their learning and that they will develop improved technology skills and meet our school purpose to become successful global citizens.
Parents have the option to purchase a device for their child or to participate in the school 'Laptop4Rent' Scheme. To support parent/carers the school has developed a number of key documents located in the links on the right hand side.
We have already embraced the use of technology in learning with students using QLearn and mandatory electronic assessment submission through Turnitin. In 2024 we extended this with the Education Perfect Platform for students in the junior school. BYOx will open up many other opportunities for teachers to access the wide range of digital learning experiences for students.
View our online information session: BYOD Information Presentation