Notebook Program Technology

Funded with the help of a modest annual levy, Caroline Chisholm Catholic College provides every student from Year 7-12 with a notebook computer.

The College’s notebook program aims to improve educational opportunities, boost outcomes, increase student enthusiasm for learning and prepare students for life beyond school.

Digital technology has transformed the way students learn and interact with each other.

Our cyber safety program ensures students understand their responsibilities and how to act as a good digital citizen in the 21st century.

The robust ICT infrastructure is supported by a dedicated team that allows students to utilise the College's 1:1 notebook program that maximise a range of digital opportunities, including:  Adobe suite software; cloud-based applications such as Office 365; and many other digital learning tools.

Additionally, the online parent portal allows interaction and ease of communication with families about students’ learning progress and achievements.

Student Notebook Usage Document

Information for Families

Families are encouraged to read the eSafety for practical advice and information on safe internet use in the home and in public spaces.

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Key dates

  • 7/5 VCAL Placements

  • 11/5 Year 10 Exams

  • 25/5 Learner Mentor Meetings