Information Technology

Our IT Program encompasses all aspects of IT to ensure students are exposed to all the latest educational technology, including:

  • A wide range of specialist software used throughout the school including the full suite of Microsoft and Adobe products
  • Computing Labs for Graphic Design, Film and TV, Music and Business Studies
  • Junior School makerspace giving students exposure to a range of hands-on digital technologies (including robotics, coding and project construction)
  • Students receiving lessons from a specialist teacher in Digital Technologies across Year 5 and 6.
  • Small and large drones used as part of curriculum activities throughout the Junior and Senior school.
  • Lego Robotics
  • Student exposure to Virtual and Augmented Reality through the use of VR Headsets
  • Audio Visual facilities in every classroom, including a range of interactive screens, projectors and audio systems
  • A wide range of multimedia capability with editing machines, video cameras and production rooms (including 360 degree video capabilities)
  • University of New South Wales competition for exceptional Digital Technologies students in Years 3 to 6
  • High density wireless capability throughout the campus
  • Fibre-connected internet
  • Classroom saturation with student laptops (1:1 from Year 5-12 and 1:2.5 in Prep – Year 4)
  • Optional BYOD program in Year 5 and 6 and mandatory BYOD in Senior School.
  • An open network, encouraging students to bring their own devices
  • Student-led support team facilitating technical help to the students on their devices.
  • Staff and student training and mentoring in the use of Digital Technologies.