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Warners Bay High School

Warners Bay High School

Quality Education for All

Telephone02 4954 9488


Technology Support

Sentral Portal for Parents and Students

Sentral portal for parents and students

Sentral Portal for Parents

Sentral Portal for Students

Student Information such as timetables, daily notices, teacher interviews and reports. 


Department of Education Potal

DoE Student Portal


Student Email and more. Personal Portal - Learning links to Online MS office and Google Suite (classroom/drive)



canvas link



Canvas is a comprehensive online learning management system that supports classroom teaching and learning. It is being implemented across Years 7 and 11 in 2024.

Students Accessing Google Classroom


How to Access Google Classroom

All students will use Google classroom to access their school work online Please click the PDF file link below for instructions.  Teachers will invite students to join classes or will give out class join codes via email.

Accessing Google Classroom Instructions quick links PDF

Detailed Instructions PDF

Printing for Students

After arriving at Warners Bay High, students will receive a Papercut welcome email. They can use the library's printer/photocopier/scanner with their username and password. Students are entitled to 30 free prints. To add value to their account, printing top-up cards can be purchased from the office.


Free Adobe Creative Cloud for Students and Staff

Adobe Software


Just login with your email address and password to access all of Adobes newest application downloads.  Includes, Acrobat DC, Photoshop, Adobe Premiere pro and more.

If your licence has expired, please see your teacher or TSO at school to renew.




Free Microsoft Office for Windows, Mac and mobile

Microsoft Office


WBHS Students can access MS Office 365 online via https://www.office.com using their student email as their username [username@education.nsw.gov.au] or via their student portal.  [Student portal->  Learning -> MS OFFICE 365] 

Select the Install Office button top right to install the desktop Office applications.

Mobile apps are also available via your devices app store  

Free Google GSuite

Google apps for education


Access to Google Apps for education. such as Google Classroom, File storage on Google Drive and more.   Apps for Mobile devices are also available via your devices app store

Students log in with their student account [username@education.nsw.gov.au]. or via their student portal.

[Student Portal->Learning-> GSuite) 

Chromebooks have immediate access to Gsuite when students use their student  account, [username@education.nsw.gov.au].


Online tools for Creativity

Online tools for Creativity


Online tools for Creativity

List of online only software tools. Ideal for chromebooks, or any internet device.





Connecting to the Wifi

wifi byod

Students can join the DETNSW wifi network and authenticate with their username@detnsw and password.  

Then visit the webpage http://detnsw.net/ to authorise your session.  Bookmark this webpage for quick access.  

Wifi is available for all internet capable devices.

BYOD WIFI Instructions



While a student is enrolled in a NSW Public School, they are allocated user credentials that provide them with access to email, student portal, Google G Suite and Microsoft Office 365.  They can access these services for free both while at school and from home - or anywhere else.  BUT WHAT HAPPENS WHEN THEY LEAVE?

Students have 180 days after their leave date before they lose access to:

  • Their school email account (GMail)
  • Their Google Drive contents
  • Any Google Classrooms they were joined to
  • Their Microsoft OneDrive contents
  • Any Microsoft Teams they were a member of

So from the time that they leave, they have 180 days to check all their content/files in these school-provided services and download anything that they need to keep. There is no need to delete what they do not wish to keep. Anything left in their cloud repositories after the 180 days will no longer be accessible to them