The term “device” in this policy refers to any personal mobile electronic device with the capability to connect to the schools Wi-Fi network.
CCC allows students to bring their own devices to school and may provide access to the schools Wi-Fi network.
Use of devices at school will be governed by school developed guidelines and processes based on the Bring Your Own Device Implementation Guidelines and the needs of the school.
The School will provide internet access through its wireless networks at no cost to students enrolled at CCC.
Students are responsible for the care and maintenance of their devices including data protection and battery charging.
CCC will not accept any liability for the theft, damage or loss of any student’s device.
Students who bring their own devices do so at their own risk. CCC is not obliged to provide hardware or technical support for devices.
Students and their parents/carers must complete and return a signed BYOD Agreement prior to connecting to the school's network.
Where the school has reasonable grounds to suspect that a device contains data which breaches the BYOD Agreement, they may confiscate the device for the purpose of confirming the existence of the material. Depending on the nature of the material involved, further action may be taken including referral to the police. School disciplinary action may also be appropriate.
Students are solely responsible for the care and maintenance of their BYO devices. This includes but is not limited to:
Managing battery life and regular charging of their device. Labeling their device for identification purposes.
Purchasing and using device protective casing.
Ensuring the device is safe and secure during travel to and from school and throughout the school day.
Taking insurance coverage of their own device to protect any accidental damage, theft or loss.
Students are responsible for managing the battery life of their device and acknowledge that the school is not responsible for charging their device. Students should ensure that their devices are fully charged before bringing them to school. Schools are not responsible for (or restricted from) providing facilities for students to charge their devices.
Students should not attach any school-owned equipment to their mobile devices without the permission of the school principal.
Students should clearly label their BYOD device for identification Labels should not be easily removable.
Students are responsible for securing and protecting their device in This includes protective/carry cases and exercising common sense when storing the device. Schools are not required to provide designated or secure storage locations.
Students are responsible for ensuring the operating system and all software on their device is legally and appropriately licensed Charles Campbell College is committed to ensuring all students have access to modern learning tools and challenging curriculum as part of its aim to ‘engage all students in diverse, rich and futures oriented learning experiences.
To support this Charles Campbell College has explored options for families to purchase personal portable devices for Years 7 – 12 students that are:
Robust – appropriate battery life and warranty
Supported by school ICT staff
Compatible with the college ICT environment
Will enable 24/7 access to ICT.
We hope that you will take advantage of this opportunity to explore this option for 24/7 access to ICT for your student.
We highly recommend purchasing from our preferred supplier listed below for flexible purchasing arrangements, products, service and support