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 Laptop Programme

Students-on-Laptop.jpgSiena Catholic College is a school community striving to serve the needs of students in an authentic way. One of the College’s key learning and teaching principles is to utilise innovative pedagogical practices that effectively integrate technology. The 1:1 laptop program gives practical expression to this principle.

All Years 7 - 12 students have personal laptops. Years 11 and 12 students currently have PC's but the College is transitioning to MacBooks which currently all Years 7, 8, 9 and 10 use.

The 1:1 laptop program is cutting edge and enables students to experience growth in many areas – self-confidence, organization, motivation to learn and learning in a range of modalities.

This program provides both students and staff with an extended range of tools to engage in creative and critical thinking tasks that extend their knowledge and program provides both students and staff with an extended range of tools to engage in creative and critical thinking tasks that extend their knowledge and promote collaborative and empathetic learning. Tasks set for students can be more complex as they have so much access to technology and information. Students are better equipped as global citizens and for the world of the future. program provides both students and staff with an extended range of tools to engage in creative and critical thinking tasks that extend their knowledge and program provides both students and staff with an extended range of tools to engage in creative and critical thinking tasks that extend their knowledge and promote collaborative and empathetic learning. Tasks set for students can be more complex as they have so much access to technology and information. Students are better equipped as global citizens and for the world of the future.

We are appreciative to our community for its vision and support in making our digital learning environment a reality, as well as to the Federal Government for their commitment to computers in schools and assistance in facilitating the education of our young people in a global technological world. 

A condition of College students' access to the Information Communication Technology (ICT) services provided is that all students and parents read the ICT and Laptop Policy, Guidelines and Use Agreement​ and sign the ICT Use Agreement, which outlines clearly the expectations of the College with regards to ICT use.  Both of these documents will be provided to families during the confirmation of enrolment process.​