Kilberry Valley Primary School Digital Technologies Program
These are copy of our for the purposes of our Non-English speaking parents to read this forms information before signing. Please use the 'Google' Translate' feature to select your preferred language:
ICT and Internet Usage Code of Practice
Years 3 to 6
I agree to use the Internet in a responsible manner, but if I find myself in unsuitable locations I will immediately click on HOME or turn the monitor off and inform the teacher. I agree to act in a responsible manner when communicating using any computer devices or the Internet.
When using any Information & Communication Technologies (ICT) and Internet at Kilberry Valley Primary School, I will:
I understand that breaches of the rules will see me lose my computer usage, subscribed websites and Internet access rights for a period of time determined by the school.
Student Name: ________________________________ Grade: ___________
Student Signature: ______________________________ Date: ____________________
Parent/Guardian Internet Usage Agreement
I agree to ____________________________________ using the Internet and other Technologies
at Kilberry Valley Primary School for educational purposes in accordance with the Student Agreement above.
I understand the school will provide adequate supervision and monitoring and that steps have been taken to minimise risk of exposure to unsuitable material through filtering and restricted access. I realise it is my responsibility as a parent/guardian to supervise and monitor my own child’s computer and Internet use outside of school.
Parent or Guardian’s Name_______________________________________
Parent or Guardian’s Signature______________________ Date__________
Kilberry Valley Primary School
E-mail and Web 2.0 Permission Form
Dear Parents and Guardians,
E-mail: Kilberry Valley Primary School recognises that e-mail is a useful communication tool that is used in everyday life. Students need to learn the skills involved in using this important tool. Using an e-mail address also allows for students to register with great Web 2.0 tools (dynamic user generated content websites).
Our students from grade 3 to grade 6 will be receiving Kilberry Valley Primary School email addresses once this permission form has been handed in.
Web 2.0: The internet has grown in the availability of Web 2.0 applications (dynamic user generated content websites). These are a resource to enhance our curriculum. Although these applications are widely used by the education community, in many cases, their Terms of Service require explicit parental permission for students under the age of 13 to use a particular site. As these sites are instrumental in the development of our curriculum, we are asking that you and your child read this document, sign the permission slip and return the notice to the school.
ONLY SIGN THE PERMISSION FORM BELOW AFTER YOU HAVE FINISHED READING THE RULES OF USE ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THIS PAGE.
Kilberry Valley Primary School
Email And Web 2.0 Permission Form
I have read and agree to the rules for use of e-mail/Web 2.0 applications and will follow the rules outlined.
Student signature Class Date
I have read and agree to the rules for use of email/Web 2.0 applications at Kilberry Valley and give permission for my child, _______________________________ to participate in using Web 2.0 applications to enhance their learning opportunities. If there are any exceptions to the tools please contact your child’s ICT teacher.
Parent signature Date
CLICK ON THIS LINK TO OPEN AND PRINT THE PERMISSION FORM. PLEASE SIGN AND RETURN TO SCHOOL.
RULES and Updated sites information
Below are some of the Web 2.0 applications (dynamic user generated content websites) currently in use across Kilberry Valley Primary School. When further sites are added, the teacher will gain approval from school leadership to ensure its appropriateness. Keep an eye out at this page for updates.
1. Edmodo 2. Abcya 3. Padlet 4. Bubbl.us 5. Wordle 6. Skype 7. Khan Academy 8. Weebly
9. Seesaw 10. Literacy Planet 11. Mathletics 12. Prodigy 13. Epic
Rules for Web 2.0 Applications
Rules for E-mail: