On the SBC Portal parents and students can access information relating to attendance, academic progress, personal details, timetable information etc. Usernames and passwords for students are as for their network accounts. For parents the details will be provided via email. Access to the SBC Portal can also be gained through apps for either iOS or Android:
St Bernard’s College now has a School App. Go to the App store on your Apple or Android device and search St Bernard’s College to download the app to your phone or tablet. The app has a wealth of information and provides the College with an easy way to communicate with its community.
SBC has launched Google Classroom as its online learning environment. Click on the above link to go directly to Google Classroom. Usernames and passwords are the same as the SBC Network credentials.
BYOD = Bring Your Own Device
As new technologies continue to change the world in which we live, they also provide many new and positive educational benefits for classroom instruction. The College now requires all students in Years 9,10,11,12 and 13 to have a device. In order to be connected to our wireless network all students must fill in and return the BYOD acceptable use form found below. Other details relating to the BYOD programme can be found on the following link www.sbc.school.nz/byod/
In order for students to access the BYOD wireless network they will require the form to be completed and to connect to the network named:SBC_BYOD
General connection advice: students will need to locate their wireless settings on their device and enter their username and password. For some devices more details are required. The details of which are below:
EAP Method – Select PEAP
Phase 2 authentication – select MSCHAPv2
Server CA certificate – select Do not check
Identity – put in your SBC username
Password – put in your SBC password
Leave all other fields blank
School webmail for staff & students (use your network login and password in the popup box – remember to keep your password secret!)
TIP! If entering your username and password doesn’t work try adding stbernards/username in the username section.
All students are now able to access a complete version of the latest Microsoft Office for free to use as long as they’re a student here at St Bernard’s College. Simply visit Office.com/GetOffice365 to download.
All students are now able to access Clickview online 24/7. Simply visit online.clickview.co.nz and enter your Google address (email@example.com) and password and you have access to our Clickview video library.
St Bernard’s College uses Google Apps for Education (now known as G Suite).
You will be able to use the Google Docs (free cloud storage with free office applications), Google Sites (make your own websites), Calendar, Aviary (graphics and music editor) etc.Login with: ” Username@sbc.school.nz” and your normal password.
Please note that Gmail is not included as we utilise Microsoft Outlook/Exchange for email.
For BYOD students who require printing facilities this can be done using Google Cloud Print. Login to your Google Apps for Education account as above and then go to www.google.com/cloudprint – you will be able to upload files there to print to the Library and Technology Photocopiers.
The College’s calendar can be accessed here: https://sobs.co.nz/cal/publicview.php?schoolid=786&scid=uhud&title=SBC-Calendar
The College’s Daily Notices can be accessed here: https://sobs.co.nz/waz/studentnotices.php?schoolid=786&snid=utyj&title=Daily%20Notices
St Bernard’s College Instagram Account: https://www.instagram.com/sbclowerhutt/
St Bernard’s College Twitter Account: https://twitter.com/sbclowerhutt
St Bernard’s College Facebook Account: https://www.facebook.com/sbchutt/
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