Home Learning & Remote Learning – Google Classroom
Pupils in Key Stage 1 can now access their home learning in Google Classroom – a digital learning platform created by Google.
In the event of a year group bubble being closed or a national lockdown and pupils being sent home, remote learning resources, pre-recorded videos and live Google Meets will also be accessible through Google Classroom. This will ensure that children are given the opportunity to continue learning remotely, at home.
All learning will be set by school staff through the platform and pupils can complete their learning and submit it online.
Click here to find out how to sign into your Chromebook using a magic badge.
Click here to learn where you be able to find the work in Google Classroom.
Completing and submitting learning
During a bubble (school) closure, you should check the platform daily to see new learning that has been set for your child. Pre-recorded videos, Google slides and activities will be uploaded by 7pm the evening before so that you have time to familiarise yourself with this. There is a deadline of 6pm submission, work may be handed in after this date but this may not be marked in detail and only acknowledged by the teacher.
Click here to find out how to submit completed assignments.
We understand that parents and carers may be concerned about the amount of screen time children are being exposed to already. Assignments can be completed on paper and then a photo of the learning can be submitted on Google Classroom.
Click here to find out how to sign into a Google Meet.