Digital Learning @ Mount View

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Mount View Primary supports the belief that through the use of digital technologies we equip students to effectively participate in a rapidly changing world. We strive to enable our students to find, explore, analyse, exchange and present information and evidence of learning. We aim to develop the skills necessary to effectively participate in the 21st Century.





Our students use digital technologies to enhance their learning across the curriculum.

Students are exposed to different software, websites and apps to access information and to present their learning in a variety of ways.

Small sets of classroom desktops and iPads are in daily use across the school whilst all students in Years Prep – 3 have a session in the eLearning centre each week. Students in Year 4 have access to class sets of laptops and Interactive Whiteboards across the school allow for whole class and small group learning.

BYOD in Years 5 & 6
We are now in the third year of our successful ‘Bring Your Own Device’ program at MVPS. We have over 85% of Year 5 & 6 students bringing their own computer between home and school each day. Curriculum is being delivered in new and engaging ways. Students are developing 21st Century skills such as critical thinking and creativity, the ability to work cooperatively and to adapt to the ever changing use of technology. These skills are equipping students to effectively participate and be connected in this fast paced world.


We support the rights of all members of the school community to be provided with and engage in a safe, inclusive and supportive learning environment. This extends to the use of digital tools and online communities and is underpinned by our expectation of safe and responsible behaviour of all members of the school community.


Parent Resources

Digital Learning Acceptable Use Agreements

 Prep - 4
Acceptable Use Agreement



 Years 5 & 6
Acceptable Use Agreement



 Google Apps for Education

GAFE  Information and Consent