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Wyndham College

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Bring Your Own Device 

Bring your own device (BYOD) is a compulsory program for all students in Years 11-12 at Wyndham College. Students are to bring a device to school daily. Please read the Wyndham BYOD brochure (PDF 1500KB) A limited number of school owned laptops and desktop computers are available for use in the Library or in faculty areas.

Students should download Microsoft Office and an anti-virus protector. These are free when you log in using your department email address from the student portal:


A comprehensive catalouge of software is availble to students at the DET OnTheHub website.

Wyndham College students often use:

Connecting to the Wifi

Connect to the free wifi "detnsw" using "firstname.lastname@detnsw" then your Internet password. Go to http://detnsw.net for difficulties connecting to the wifi. Refer to the BYOD Windows Guide, BYOD Mac Guide, BYOD Chromebook Guide or BYOD Ipad guide for help.

Technology Help

William Liu – Technology Support Officer is located in the Technology Room, top of B Block first door on the right, every Tuesday and Thursday. Should you require any ICT support outside these hours Kumie Pather or Mel Durie may also be able to assist.

DoE ICT Service Desk for technology problems such as student portal or email accounts can be contacted on 1800 338 483 from 7:30am – 6pm (school Term) and 8am – 4:30pm (school holidays).

Digital Citizenship 

The Digital Citizenship website will provide advice and guidance to students and parents on how to ensure the wellbeing of young people in a digital environment. It also supports teachers to model best practice and actively teach students the skills they need to be responsible digital citizens.

Focusing on a positively framed strategy, the site aims to equip and empower users to minimise the risks and maximise the opportunities in our digital future.

The toolkit is aligned to the curriculum and teachers can share it with their students, guiding them through important concepts such as:

  • managing privacy settings in social media
  • collaborating online
  • avoiding scams and hoaxes
  • understanding the law when it comes to online speech
  • internet banking, shopping online and much more.

eSafety Online

The esafety.gov.au website is a comprehensive, dynamic and interactive online safety hub for Australians. There really is no other place online quite like it! 

Almost a third of the website features exciting new material, including a section for young people, guided by young people, and key online safety issues you’re concerned about.

eSafety and COVID19

We encourage you to visit the COVID-19 page on the eSafety website, which was recently awarded a Webby Honoree, for the latest advice for staying safe online. The most recent release includes guidance on how to manage your wellbeing during COVID-19. 

The COVID-19 booklet provides online safety advice for parents and carers. The eSafety Guide has the latest information on popular videoconferencing services, games, apps and social media. Get advice on what they are, how they are used and the implications for your privacy and safety.    

  • There has been an increase in online harassment, intimidation and abuse targeted at women. For women in these situations, eSafety has online safety help and guidance that can provide advice and support.
  • eSafety also has a Women Influencing Tech Spaces program, which provides information and advice on how women can protect and promote their voices online.
  • eSafety have developed Global online safety advice for frontline workers to support women experiencing tech-facilitated abuse. 



ThinkUKnow is a partnership between the Australian Federal Police (AFP), Microsoft Australia, Datacom and the Commonwealth Bank, and is delivered in collaboration with the New South Wales Police Force as well as Neighbourhood Watch Australia. It is Australia’s first nationally delivered crime prevention program. 

The program bridges the knowledge gap between adults and young people so that everyone has an understanding of the roles they play and what they can do if something goes wrong online.