Information Technology

Trinity Anglican College is the only school on the Border to have a dedicated gigabit fibre optic Internet connection and campus wide Wi-Fi coverage. It has positioned the College to undertake a dynamic approach to digital learning.

The introduction of our BYODD program in the Senior School has been a significant step in embracing technology across the subjects. In addition we have equipped our Senior School with interactive televisions and SmartKapp whiteboards, which have the capability to convert whatever is written on the board to a pdf , or can be viewed live via a webpage.

Our Junior School students use technology in a range of ways to complement their classroom learning. Students in the infant classes regularly use College banks of iPad minis to access literacy and numeracy apps while middle and upper junior school students operate on Chrome Books. They utilise Google Drive to ensure their work is readily accessible in any classroom or on any device at home.

With planned online testing for Naplan, the College has implemented a touch typing program for students in the junior years to give them the necessary computer skills.