Each classroom features a 75 inch interactive panel, desktop computers, notebooks and tablets. Teachers are supported to integrate technology into learning, requiring students to collaborate, communicate and investigate with technology. Students are taught ethical behaviour and cyber safety.
The school's current fleet of devices includes:
over 300 laptop computers and 300 iPads. Students use devices and associated applications depending on the intended purpose of a task.
four 3D printers
virtual reality headsets
North Kellyville Public School acknowledges the incredible work of Peter Small (Technical Support Officer) and Noelene Callaghan (Digital Classroom Officer) for their support and expertise. North Kellyville Public School has been part of the Foundations.T4L program in 2019.
Students video-conferencing with Microsoft's global head of education.
Students using the Makers Empire software to 3D print designs.