We are committed to the ideals and benefits of 21st Century learning for all students by providing exposure to a range of technologies including iPads, MacBooks and PCs. We want the very best for our students and believe that becoming digitally literate and responsible users of technology will enhance their learning opportunities and will prepare them for their future at high school and beyond.
Students in Years 3 to 6 participate in a 1:1 iPad program funded by an iPad levy. We also have BeeBots, Makey Makies, OzoBots and Lego Mindstorm to develop student coding skills as required by the Australian Curriculum.
Your family, your school and cyber safety
Our school recognises that children today are growing up in an increasingly online world and that it’s important that we do more to support and guide them to navigate this digital landscape.
Successfully developing healthy and responsible digital citizens requires a holistic approach, and that’s why our school’s cyber safety ecosystem allows us to work collaboratively with you to support your children’s digital development and provide the advice and support you need.
Free Family Zone Insights account for enrolled MMPS families
When it comes to kids’ online lives, most parents don’t know what they don’t know. Family Zone Insights opens a window into children’s online lives – creating awareness to support good digital decision-making
You’ll be alerted to any risky or inappropriate online activity and you’ll also be able to locate your children’s devices. Plus, Insights provides you with access to Family Zone’s team of acclaimed cyber experts, delivering you the practical advice and support you need, exactly when you need it.
Mary’s Mount Primary School want to ensure that students are protected on the internet, no matter what device they are on or what source of internet they are using. Therefore we have arranged for parents to have access a free free Family Zone Insights account to monitor your child’s online activity.
Activate your free Family Zone Insights account to monitor your child’s online activity by visiting the ‘Set Up Devices to be Safe’ section of the MMPS Cybersafety Hub.