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Computer and internet

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To ensure that the latest technologies are accessible to all students, we have a selection of laptops, desktops and iPads available for use during school hours. The teachers use these technologies to help deliver the current Australian curriculum and prepare children for their future.

Many of these technologies, such as iPads and laptops come directly into the Wi-Fi enabled classrooms to enhance literacy and numeracy lessons, though we also have two dedicated computer labs and class sets of laptops for all year levels to utilise as a class. A robotics and coding program is also part of our digital technology school curriculum, and is participated in by all students from P-6.

Teaching Staff at Buderim Mountain State School use a range of online software to enhance the learning opportunities for students across a range of subject areas. The Department of Education requires consent from parents to use their child's personal information to facilitate registration and use of any third party web based software. Please see the Third Party Consent Form for a list of software that students may access throughout their schooling at Buderim Mountain State School.

There is no requirement or need for students to bring their own computer devices to school.

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Last reviewed 15 October 2019
Last updated 15 October 2019