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Hurstville Boys Campus

Hurstville Boys Campus

Georges River College

Telephone02 9587 3199

Emailhurstvillb-h.school@det.nsw.edu.au

BYOD

Learning with Digital Devices and Online Services

At Georges River College Hurstville Boys Campus we are committed to producing outstanding educational outcomes for every student.

We support each boy to become a confident, enthusiastic, independent learner who is skilled in literacy, numeracy, critical thinking, evaluation and problem-solving. Our learning community thrives on helping each other to learn and we engage in many collaborative learning activities.

Digital literacy is critical to a boy’s confident and effective learning across all of his subject areas. It fosters and develops the deep learning that a boy will need beyond school in the world of further education and working life.

At GRC Hurtsville Boys Campus teachers integrate their learning with digital devices and online services. The Campus website provides a list of recommended digital devices that will work with the school’s online services. We will also provide a portal for the purchase and maintenance of every boy’s digital device. Students and their parents / caregivers must sign this document in order to access online services at the school.

To access the schools:

GRC Hurstville Boys Campus Student Use Agreement for Learning with Digital Devices and Online Services (Click to download document) 

GRC Hurtsville Boys Campus Digital Devices and Online Services Procedures (Click to download document)

GRC Hurstville Boys Campus Recommended Devices (Click to download document)

( Link to DOE  site for recommended devices https://education.nsw.gov.au/technology/guides-and-forms/policies/student-byod/recommended-device-specifications)

Questions about the schools Learning with Digital Devices and Online Services may be directed in the first instance to Campus Reception.

To understand online privacy and to enable you to make decisions to help protect your children please access the Australian Government’s eSafety office (www.esafety.gov.au) for further information.