By - Tue, 24/03/2020
As many schools throughout Australia close their doors today, we enter into new times with the concept of ‘homeschooling’ becoming the new norm. Education is one of the most important facets of our children’s development, and supporting their ongoing learning throughout this period is critical. Many parents are feeling overwhelmed with this new responsibility, but..
By - Fri, 20/03/2020
The COVID-19 situation we are all currently facing is one that is unprecedented and requires us all to come together and make prompt lifestyle changes. During this challenging time, extra measures need to be taken to protect the lives of our families and keep them safe. This article serves to educate on the importance of nutrition, making the right lifestyle choices, and best equipping our childre..
By - Tue, 17/03/2020
We understand that the recent news and uncertainty around the COVID-19 situation has caused panic and alarm for people globally. Our hearts go out to those who have already been affected by the virus. We understand that as parents, there is growing concerns for the welfare of our children and families. During this challenging time, the best thing that we can do is to stay informed, listen..
By - Fri, 13/03/2020
There is no question that bullying is a prevalent problem in schools now more than ever before. Bullying can take shape in many forms. This article serves to educate you on some of the key facts about bullying. We hope to work together in unity to rid society of this burden. Types of bullying: Verbal: Verbal bullying can present itself as name calling, teasing, putting someone down or ..
By - Fri, 28/02/2020
We live in an era where security is a constant threat. Whilst the online world has revolutionised the way we do business and the way we live our lives, it has also brought about many challenges that have impacted so many people, so greatly. The most common internet security issues faced in the 21st century are from hackers, viruses, spyware, worms, data breaches, spamming and identity the..
By - Fri, 21/02/2020
There's a popular saying that we’ve all heard; ‘cash rules everything’. But, is this true in 2020? As we hit the second decade of the 21st century, it's becoming more evident that a cashless society is upon us. So what does this mean for business and the world in general? Well, let's find out! In 1969, a mere 51 years ago, the first ATM popped up in Sydney1. It&..
By - Fri, 14/02/2020
Anyone in the education sector will know that the daily running of schools relies heavily on administration tasks. The academic success of Australia’s youth should be the primary focus in schools, however this is currently not achievable without teachers and principals devoting their time to administration. My School Connect has worked hard to change the way that schools manage administrativ..
By - Fri, 07/02/2020
The first Point of Sale (POS) system was introduced to the market in 1879. Back then, it was known as the ‘Cash Register’. Over the last 140 odd years, it has gone through countless technological changes and enhancements to become the innovative, time-saving and robust system that is helping so many businesses today, all over the world. What is the POS? The POS system makes..
By - Fri, 17/01/2020
At My School Connect, we understand that not all schools have the budget to fund new technologies and systems. Running a school can be costly, but adopting new technologies can push annual plans completely out of budget! There is increasing pressure for schools to continue innovating and enhancing their business. Technology and system integration is becoming the standard, so it was im..
By - Tue, 24/12/2019
2019 has been a record-breaking year for My School Connect and we couldn’t have done it without the schools, parents, staff and children that make up the My School Connect community. We wanted to take this opportunity to reflect on the year that has been, so sit back, grab a cup of tea and get ready to enjoy the ride that was 2019 (thus far!) In 2019, we hit a record number of or..
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