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iPads and Notebooks

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The use of iPads has been introduced in in Years 7, 8 and 9 while students from Year 10 are issued with a new slimline laptop computer.  

Clicking on the following links will take you to a range of resources and information sheets that have been created to assist and support parents and students through the information technology program.

A significant aspect of the program has been the use of e-texts to provide most student digital resources. These digital resources will largely replace previous text books, effectively reducing the booklist to English novels and one or two student workbooks. 

 

The CompNow iPad order and payment portal 

Please click on the link below to access the CompNow iPad order and payment portal:

The CompNow iPad order and payment portal 

 

Copies of the school/parent/student computing device agreements can be found at the following links:

iPad agreement for students in Years 7, 8 and 9 in 2018  

Laptop agreement for students in Year 10, 11 and 12 in 2018  

Information Technology Update - June 20, 2018

20 Jun

Information Technology Update - June 20, 2018 author: Mark Holland

Protecting Devices in wet weather We are now entering the colder months of the year and with that the threat of rain increases as we saw last Sunday with torrential rain causing many sporting events to be cancelled. With all students at the College having 1:1 devices, it is important students have in place a strategy to prevent their device from b

SPC educator Ian Fernee named a Microsoft expert

13 Sep

SPC educator Ian Fernee named a Microsoft expert author: Lorrie Liston

St Patrick’s College educator Ian Fernee has been chosen as a Microsoft Innovation Educator Expert for the second year running. The Microsoft Innovative Educator (MIE) program recognises global educators who are pushing boundaries of learning with creativity and technology. Ian, who completed his secondary schooling at St Patrick’s (SPC 1993-98),