Department of Education (DoE) DigiTech School
In 2018, Bunbury PS became a Teacher Development School in Digital Technologies, sharing curriculum expertise and exemplary teaching and learning practices. This support assists schools with the implementation of the Digital and Design Technology Curriculum. The school received a Certificate of Recognition from the Director General of Education, Lisa Rodgers at the 2020 TDS Forum in Perth. Pictured with Lisa Rodgers are Associate Principal Mrs Dillon, and staff members Mrs Marley and Ms Parry.
In 2022, Bunbury PS was selected as one of five schools in the state to be a DigiTech school supporting the implementation of the DoE ICT Vision and Learning in Public Schools 2020-2024. Bunbury PS has demonstrated excellence in leadership and innovation to upskill teachers and improve educational outcomes for students.
The Bunbury PS community is proud to be formally recognised as a Department of Education DigiTech School.
Innovation Partnership Project (IPP)
Bunbury PS key focus for our IPP was using digital technologies to engage students in outdoor learning; an exciting development for our students and school community. The project aimed to increase both staff and student engagement in using digital technologies as an integrated curriculum approach through outdoor learning. This resulted in an outdoor community eLibrary with ‘living’ eBooks that can be accessed from anywhere in the world.
Innovation Partnership: 2021 eBook Project (IPP)
Our outdoor ‘living’ eBooks, which cover a range of curriculum areas, continue to evolve with new eBooks added to the outdoor eLibrary on a regular basis. The Reconciliation eBook, added in 2021, is another example of how our school innovates using technology and how students, staff and community are partners in the process. To access a copy of the Reconciliation ‘living’ eBook click here.