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It is important to keep the school community – staff, students and parents – abreast of your BYO initiative, if the initiative is to be a success.

Clear concise information about teaching and learning practice and expectations, policies and device requirements are central to this process.

Below are examples of information provided by schools to their communities.

Examples of BYO information for the community  
  • Oatley PS (NSW K-6)
    Information for parents, including a list of required apps for iPads.
  • Gymea Bay PS (NSW K-6)
    Policy and info for an iPad BYO environment, including recommended models, specs, and apps.
  • BYOD at Merrylands HS (NSW 7-12)
    Comprehensive overview of the BYOD program at Merrylands HS in Sydney’s western suburbs. Includes downloadable information for students and families.
  • BYOD at Willunga HS (SA 7-12)
    Guidelines and some purchasing and technical information for the school’s 1:1 BYOD program.
  • BYOT at Inaburra
    Information and resources supporting the introduction of a BYOT program at Inaburra School, in Sydney’s southern suburbs.
  • BYOD at St Leonards College (Vic)
    Information and resources supporting the rollout of the BYO iPad program at St Leonards College in Victoria.
  • BYOT at Corpus Christi (WA)
    Introduction, pre-requisites and ordering information for parents and students.
  • BYOD at Kooringal HS (NSW 7-12)
    Policies, FAQs and other information for students and their families.
  • BYOD at East Hills Girls Technology HS (NSW 7-12)
    Enrol in the school’s iTunes U course to access a variety of resources, including an iBook with chapters from each Faculty about how their curriculum embraces their students’ devices.
  • BYOD Toolkit (US)
    Wide variety of downloadable resources for planning and implementing a BYOD program.


wazmacBYOT – Community Information