Bring Your Own Designated Device (BYODD)

All Saints' College is moving to a new Bring Your Own Designated Device (BYODD) Programme in 2017.

We will be moving away from iPads to a system where students will bring their own laptop and notebook computers.  

To discover the benefits of this new programme and the implications it will have for you please read the resources provided below.


Why the change?

ASC Headmaster Mr Steven O'Connor explains in a comprehensive letter you can download here.


Introduction and Frequently Asked Questions

Download our introduction to the BYODD Information Technology Programme and FAQ here.


Minimum Device Requirements

Download the full list here.


Recommended Devices

Download information on the devices we recommend here.


More Information

Please don't hesitate to contact Matthew Jarrett or Shane Cooper in the ASC IT Department on  

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