Digital Technology

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Digital Technologies

Students are enjoying the opportunities available to them focusing on a wide range of digital technologies through the delivery of the new Digital Technologies Curriculum. The room offers a chance for classes to have learning experiences in a one to one device situation as well as take part in opportunities to problem solve, create and innovate in a variety of ways.

The following subjects are available for the students to explore.

  • Robotics
  • Coding
  • 3D Printing
  • Computer Science
  • Computational Thinking 
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At Casebrook Intermediate we have a strong commitment to:

  • Using a variety of digital technologies to enhance student learning in our classrooms.
  • Enabling our students to be successful learners in the 21st century.
  • Promoting an awareness of what it means to be a digital citizen - the responsibilities that go along with this.
  • Helping our students understand the digital world of the internet and how to use this appropriately, including digital safety.



Students have the opportunity to bring their own digital device to school for use in the classroom learning programme. This initiative is known as BYOD (Bring Your Own Device). We run a BYOD Bundle deal regularly throughout the year as an option for parents to purchase a Chromebook for their child.

To ensure students meet their obligations around appropriate use of technology we ask that students and their families sign a Digital Citizenship contract - keeping with the expectations of our school culture. Students who wish to bring a device (BYOD) to school must also have their parents sign a BYOD user agreement.


If you want to learn more about effective parenting strategies around children and technology please visit the Netsafe website links below or download some of their great advice/tips.
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If you have any questions regarding Digital Citizenship, BYOD at Casebrook, or anything digital learning related, please contact the school.