Digital Technologies

Our Vision
At Newbury Primary School we aim for students to become innovative and confident users of digital technologies, using technology to communicate, collaborate and create, while fostering critical thinking skills and real life problem solving to enhance all curriculum areas.

Digital Learning

Students have a fantastic opportunity to explore 21st century learning through the use of digital technologies. Students are able to explore, produce and present their work using a variety of iPad applications, particularly Google apps, and digital software including Microsoft Suite.

Students are able to problem solve and follow the design process to create various solutions to real world problems.

Digital technologies are integrated into a range of curriculum areas, including Mathematics, through the use of coding and 3D design and English through, word processing and publishing.

BYOD iPad program

Newbury Primary School promotes the use of the BYOD iPad program where students can bring their own iPad to school. This allows for ‘anytime, anywhere’ learning and specific tailoring to students’ needs.  

For those who cannot provide their own iPads, a limited supply of iPads and Netbooks are available.

Green Screen & Digital Studio

Students at Newbury Primary School have the opportunity to design and create videos in and outstanding Green Screen room and Digital Studio. Students plan, rehearse and record their work against the green screen and learn to use professional lighting, sound and recording equipment.

They are able to edit their work in the Digital Studio using high quality computers and software.

The Green Screen room and Digital Studio provide the opportunity for direct curriculum links with our Digital Technologies, English, Dance, Drama and QUEST programs.  

Cyber Safety

Newbury Primary School is committed to the safe use of technologies. Students engage in learning about cyber safety via the use of the eSafety curriculum. Here they explore and develop an understanding around how to be safe in the digital world