Have you tried the Google Security Checkup?
The Security Checkup gives you personalized recommendations to secure your account...try it: https://myaccount.google.com/secureaccount
Remember the BYOD and Internet Use Agreement you signed?
All students are expected to follow these and be responsible digital citizens - this means safe and responsible internet use for educational purposes.
As a student of Golden Bay High School and a member of our community, it is expected that you will positively contribute towards making our school or kura a place that is safe, respectful, and fair online and offline. This means enacting our school values in online spaces, and helping to shape a positive online culture. This is being a responsible ‘digital citizen’.
Use Google Takeout to transfer your School G-Suite files from Gmail, Drive etc to your own Personal Gmail account.
Note: You cannot take your GBH school email address with you - it will be suspended when you leave... So don't sign up to things using your school email address if it is for personal use - use your own gmail account, not your school one.
BYOD - Connected to the Wifi but can't get anywhere?
In the Chrome browser URL address bar type in: my.linewize.net
Hit Enter on the Keyboard
Follow the on screen instructions to login.
You will now be able to surf the internet.
Students - Take your web with you - SIGN INTO CHROME
By signing into Chrome, you can take your bookmarks, history, and settings to all your devices. Anything you update on one device instantly updates everywhere else, and your Chrome stuff is safe in case anything happens to your computer.
We recommend you use Google Chrome Browser instead of Microsoft Edge.
Student BYOD and Privacy
Question: Does GBHS spy on students personal devices?
BYOD for Students
If you are interested in being able to use your own device online for learning then you must collect a BYOD Agreement from the office and get it signed. Connections are done on Mondays and Thursdays by Yvette and Bluey. Bring in your signed form, along with your device. If you have already connected a device we will probably have your form here.
Have a look at the BYOD and Wifi page for further information.
Students - You can now print from the school Chromebooks and your own Devices
We have set up Google Cloud Print - this allows you to print to our school Printers from any mobile device eg Chromebook, smartphone, tablet, laptop.
GBHS Library Pearltrees Website
Links to Drama, English (Reading lists for Yr 7-10), Maori (Story books, online games), Science (Pests web resources), Socials (Kiwiana, Refugees, Gallipoli, Treaty of Waitangi)
GBHS Library Information Centre
Links to Drama, Online databases (see librarians for EPIC school login details), Quick links to AnyQuestions, Library catalogue. This site is being added to all the time so keep checking back.
GBHS Library website
Check out our **Star Author** and new books on our shelves. It also has separate links to other library resources.
Search our library catalogue to see what’s available in our library. Thousands of books, dvds, links to online databases and more.
GBHS Wide Reading wiki
The new Wide Reading wiki has themed reading lists for Years 11 - 13 and also other lists and useful web links.
These lists are being updated all the time.
Kamar Student Login
Students did you know you can access the Notices, Timetable, Attendance and more, anywhere, anytime by logging into the Kamar Student Web Portal.
If you have a Smartphone or tablet you can also install the Kamar WebApp for Android Devices or for Apple Devices and have instant access, anywhere, anytime from your own device.
Microsoft Office 365 for Students - if you wish to have a copy of this installed on your own device for free please go to this site and register with your school email address. Note: You must be over 13 years of age. Please only install this if you think you need Microsoft Office on your own device. It is quite a big programme so it will take up room on your computer, and it will stop working when you leave our school. Here is a PDF with all the information.
We recommend using Google Apps for Education - but Office 365 is available for students who would like it.