iLearn2020 Framework

As a 21st century Christian learning community, Calvary Christian College recognises and embraces the importance of new technologies, communication and collaboration in providing modern learning experiences which are God-centred, use appropriate digital technologies and are authentic and relevant to our students. To read more about the Calvary iLearn2020 Framework, click here: iLearn2020.

1:1 Program

Why pursue a 1-1 Programme?

We live in a rapidly changing and increasingly technological society and we believe it is important that students are prepared, skilled and confident for this digital world.

The College has a strong commitment to the 1-1 Programme which began in 2005 and it opens up new and exciting opportunities for learning in an interactive and dynamic manner. The 1-1 Programme in conjunction with our Student Café portal has increasingly become the focus of Calvary Christian College because it offers students the opportunity to access “anywhere, anytime learning”.

With each new development come both benefits and risks. The College has previously determined that “Christian educators should use ICT in accordance with a Christian worldview” so the College staff seek to use ICT to improve learning outcomes, teaching methodology and curriculum richness. Please click here for: Acceptable Use Policy

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1-1 User Agreement Year Seven Laptop

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1-1 User Agreement Year Eight Laptop

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1-1 User Agreement Year Nine Laptop

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1-1 User Agreement Year Ten Laptop

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1-1 User Agreement Year Eleven Laptop

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1-1 User Agreement Year Twelve Laptop

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Lenovo AU Accidental Damage Protection

Cyber-safety

Calvary Christian College is committed to the cyber-safety of our staff and students and to creating and maintaining a cyber-safety culture which is in keeping with the values of the school, and legislative and professional obligations.

A Parents Guide to Internet Safety
Internet Safety Contacts
Filtering
How to Supervise on the Internet
Safety Tips for Kids and Teens
Stay safe in chat rooms
Mobile Internet Enabled Devices
Online Publishing
Pornography and Inappropriate Content
Cyber Bullying
Paedophiles and Online Grooming
Cyber Stalking

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