Willunga High School is committed to providing students with an engaging learning experience that reflects the use of digital technologies in our ever changing global society.
Our vision is for all students to participate in the 1 to 1 program at Willunga High School. Participation means that all students can engage in positive learning opportunities that will improve all learning outcomes and develop skills that will be beneficial to them throughout their lives and careers.
To support this vision Willunga High School will commence a transition program from BYOD to a 1 to 1 Laptop program in 2022.
1 to 1 Laptop Program
In 2022 we are committed to introducing the 1 to 1 laptop program for all year 7 and 8 students. It is expected that every year 7 and 8 student will participate in the 1 to 1 Laptop Program. The 1 to 1 program will ensure consistency as each student will have access to their own laptop and software. Laptops are powerful learning tools which provide the opportunity for all students to learn at their own pace and ability level. The Laptop comes equipped with an extensive suite of software and full-on site servicing and support as part of the program. Students will use their laptops to do research, innovative in class activities (ie. virtual reality), solve problems, complete projects and academic course work.
Bring Your Own Device
Students in years 9 to 12 are required to bring in their own device (BYOD) and connect to our school network, internet and access online learning programs. Students are also reminded they are required to adhere to the school policies and the acceptable use of technology outlined in the Willunga High School BYOD handbook.
Click on BYOD resources below for more information about the program.
SEQTA Engage and SEQTA Learn
Willunga High School utilises a learner management system called SEQTA, that connects all members of a school, allowing teachers, students and parents to work together in an interactive, supportive, online community. It enables the school to manage attendance, student wellbeing, lesson planning, curriculum mapping, assessment and reporting while also allowing parents to get involved in their children’s education and monitor all aspects of their progress.
To access SEQTA or for more information please click below