Parents and Families

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iPads@home: Posting a Video or Photo Online

It is important that children are aware and learn the responsibilities of what is means to be a Digital Citizen.  Having a basic understanding of copyright is an important part of digital citizenship. Copyright is the protection provided to the creators of “original works of authorship.” Copyright gives the creator exclusive rights to sell or license their works and reward his or her efforts. It is…
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iPads@home: Keep yourself safe online by remembering the following tips

The internet, social networks etc. can be important tools for study and life. Whenever you are online, always remember that what you do online can affect your whole world. Keep yourself safe online by remembering the following tips: Avoid unwanted contact; keep your personal details private Don’t post anything you don’t want others to see or know about. Don’t respond to email, Facebook (or other…
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P&F Bush Dance – Thank you!

The P&F would like to thank everyone who attended the Bush Dance on Saturday evening!  We hope you had a fantastic time!  The photos certainly show some great dancing.  Have a look at all the photos in the Facebook album. The event wouldn’t have been possible without our Event Coordinator, Mike Copeland and the help of Joel Erkkila and Jo Woodward and the mission group…
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P&F Parent Seminar – Tomorrow Night

Redlands College Parents & Friends Association is excited to offer parents the opportunity to attend: “The Heart of Resilience – Bouncing Back No Matter Your Age” in a seminar presented by Dr Jonathan Andrews Come along and join us for an enjoyable and educational evening Date:          Tuesday, 24 May 2016 Time:         6.00pm to 7.30pm Where:       Redlands College, K20 Cost:          Free to all…
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iPads@home: Posting a Video or Photo Online

It is important that children are aware and learn the responsibilities of what is means to be a Digital Citizen.  Children need to be aware of how to use technology appropriately to ensure a safe online environment. They also need the knowledge to be able to make wise decisions when it comes to their online safety therefore keeping their personal and digital identities safe. The following poster…
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Junior School Request

Since Hamish the guinea pig made an appearance at last Monday’s Assembly, wearing his homemade knitted scarf, there has been an increased interest in the Knitting Club! As a result Miss Kerridge, Junior School Chaplain, is in need of cardboard tubes from rolls of kitchen wrap/foil (not toilet rolls) for her Knitting club. Cardboard rolls may be given to class teachers or Miss Kerridge directly….
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Outsourced hat repair and cleaning service – next Tue 17 May 2016

A hat cleaning and repair service is being offered next Tuesday 17 May 2016. Hats will be serviced by an outsourced supplier, and will be available for collection from the Uniform Shop in approximately two weeks. Students will be provided with an exemption to wear their sport hat for the duration of the repair. Service prices vary from $12.00 to $29.00 (depending on the type of hat and work to be…
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iPads@home: Set up Restrictions on an iPad if required

Restrictions limit the way the iPad can be used. For example you are able to turn on website blocking, hide iTunes, and the installation and deletion of Apps. The restrictions are protected through the use of a passcode. This passcode must not be forgotten as it is the only way to access these settings after it has been set.  This passcode should not be shared with…
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Bush Dance Decorations

The P and F are looking for volunteers to assist the after school program with making decorations for the upcoming school Bush Dance. You could assist at school or at your home. You would need the ability to sew and to supply your own machine. There is also an opportunity to paint decorations in M-block between 3:45pm and 4:45pm on weekdays. For further details please…
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