The school is committed to the integration of technology across all aspects of education, for all students from Kindergarten to Year 6. There are over 200 computers and laptops and 160 iPads which are networked via a communications room and a wireless network. There are two fully equipped computer labs, along with a minimum of 4 computers and an Interactive Whiteboard in all classrooms.
The school employs an additional specialist Technology Mentor Teacher, Mr Rutherford, who provides both the students and the teachers with technology mentoring lessons once a week, as well as on site, on hand technological expertise. The focus in the sessions is to increase teacher and student knowledge in the use of technology to support and enhance teaching and learning outcomes. Students are able to take learning into their hands in new and exciting ways. The creation of digital posters, movies, songs, blogs and artwork are happening in and out of our classrooms. As 21st century learners students are given opportunities to use technology to redefine the way that learning takes place. Students have opportunities to collaborate, discover and create so that the classroom is only one of many learning environments.