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With a common goal to create a more engaging and effective education process here at Kelston Girls' College, we have a BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) integration within lessons to make the learning experience engaging and to make sense of the learning. The use of digital technology can transform learning in school and beyond. Students are encouraged to bring their own devices to use in class. The Cyber Safety and Acceptable Use Agreement must be read and completed on enrolment. If a student is loaning a device from school a Device Loan Agreement must be signed before collecting a device. The device must be handed back at the end of the year during the clearance process.
Students working online Year 9 and 10:
All year levels:
Chromebooks of any specification are suitable for school in years 9 – 10.
Laptops, Notebooks, and MacBooks are suitable for students of all years and support all software that may be required in school. Below is a list of minimum specifications to think about when you decide to buy one of these devices. These are recommendations, not requirements:
Care for your device
Mishandling laptops is the largest cause of problems. Please read your device care guidelines. We also recommend:
Life of the device
Saving and Backup
Size of the device
Software considerationsManaging software on devices is important.
Damage to school DevicesIf a school device is damaged or not working properly, please bring it back to school so the IT department can get it repaired or replaced.Please contact: Francois Coetzee (DP) – firstname.lastname@example.org
+64 9 827 6063
1 Archibald Rd, Kelston, Auckland 0602, New Zealand