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Computers and technology

The ICT learning index adopted by our school and driven by the government target measure, reflects a whole school approach to modern learning in Queensland. It captures the energy, commitment and resources invested by government, schools, the community and industry in a framework that focuses on improving the life chances of all learners at our school.


Bundaberg North State High School has a modern digital learning environment which has an industry standard Local Area Network (LAN) configuration with a high-speed fibre connection to the EQ WAN/Internet. Our school currently operates one MOE network distributing information and data to over 1000 desktop and laptop computers.

MOE network – Managed Operating Environment

Over 500 desktop and laptop computers

  • 7 full-time computer labs each containing approximately 25 computers 
  • Each student has their own unique login and own email account (which is filtered to ensure security and safety)
  • Access to the Internet for educational purposes
  • Access to industry standard software

ICT learning tools and peripherals

  • Data projectors or wall mounted televisions to most class rooms
  • Student accessible digital cameras including SLR digital cameras
  • Student accessible video cameras
  • ClickView media server
  • Wireless network infrastructure with access points in every teaching block
  • 1 to 1 laptops for staff to develop curriculum


eLearning Program

Year 11 and 12 students will be participating in the new eLearning Program being introduced at North Bundaberg State High School.  The following documents offer some information you may find helpful;

- NSSCF Student Charter 2015

- Connecting the bluetooth keyboard (368kb)

- Frequently asked questions - Students (330kb)

- Frequently asked questions - Parents (347kb)

- Understanding your Education (248kb)

- Student Support Manual (1815kb)

  • BYOx


    Bring your own device