Schools and parents are struggling with the realities of delivering online learning.
Issues such as ensuring equitable access to devices, ensuring students stay safe online, helping students stay focussed during their study time and even maintaining some form of structure in a student's day are becoming increasingly commonplace.
Family Zone's unique tools are able to help schools and their communities address all of these challenges and more. Therefore, effective immediately and until the end of Term 2, Family Zone is offering its services to support you and your parents with school-owned devices and/or BYO devices, at no cost.
For schools wishing to send home devices usually kept at school safely, Family Zone tools can ensure that the devices experience the same sort of filtering that they would as if connected to the physical school network.
For schools wishing to support BYOD families struggling with the domestic challenges of supporting online learning, Family Zone tools can allow parents to opt-in to your school filtering during school hours as well as providing them with reports to help ensure that their children are studying when they are supposed to be.
Please fill out the form on this page and we will be in touch to explore your options.
The Family Zone ecosystem is unique in providing a complete end-to-end solution for schools in terms of duty of care and educational outcomes, with the addition of community engagement and support.- Yugon Chobanoff, IT Director, John XXIII College
The visibility provided by Family Zone's analytics helps Pastoral care to mature the student’s ability to self-regulate and facilitates informed conversations with parents. The resulting reduced administrative burden allows a refocus of ICT to better support compliance and value-add services.- Hugo van Niekerk, IT Director, Mazenod College
We wanted to ensure safe internet access when students are on and off the school network, at home, or on mobile data. Family Zone provides a holistic solution to solve this problem- Kurt Kennedy, Deputy Principal, Aquinas College