Computing

Our digital learning community aims to provide ever-present computing and network access for our students on a common learning platform, while further developing our educational practices to increase collaboration, enable flexible progression and differentiated instruction, and more actively reflect a real-world learning environment

Peninsula teachers have recognised advanced skills in technology integration in the classroom and will work closely with students to promote responsible digital citizenship and use of technology. This is guided by clearly articulated expectations, and also the shared recognition that students must make wise decisions about their own behaviour through a sense of good citizenship and responsibility to the Peninsula community.

As part of out ongoing desire to become a fully licensed Apple School  by 2020 we do strongly encourage students to purchase an Apple Laptop as this will help facilitate access to any of the Apple educational programmes that the school will be using in the coming year and beyond. If you are using a Windows based machine then you still can use this at school for now, but as we progress into the Apple programmes then access may become an issue. Please note that students from Year 7 to 12 are encouraged  to bring their own device to school.
We have set up links with an Apple provider who will give educational discounts from Apple for the purchase of an Apple Mac laptop for school usage. Details will be uploaded and sent out to all parents.
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