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Home Learning: Google Classroom

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Should we need to send home groups of children/classes, we will revert to using Google Classroom as our educational platform. In such a case, children (who are well) would be expected to be undertake school work (as posted on Google Classroom) between 9.00 and 15.25 with 15 mins for short break and an hour for lunch. Work would be submitted via Google Classroom and feedback given by the teacher/support staff.   

On this platform, teachers can set activities, set work, mark, give feedback and communicate with their class.  Children in the older years are already familiar with the platform through ICT lessons. However, many children will need support logging on, creating and turning in work. 

Instructions for logging in (computer, laptop, chrome book or notebook)

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Step 1:

Open your internet brower and type google classroom into the search engine. Select the link under the ad. 

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Step 2:

Click go to classroom. 

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Step 3:

Each child has their own individual email address that has been assigned to them. Your child will have been given this by their teacher. The first part of their address will be the first three letters of their forename and the first letter of their surname.  For example, Percy Jackson would be perj. The second part will be the rest of the email address. Together it creates the email adress; for example perj@st-annes.reading.sch.uk

The password will be the same password that your child uses to login to the computers at school. Please look at the communication from the class teacher or contact the email address below to request an email and password. 

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Step 4:

Click on your child's current year group. You might be able to see a class blog or another year group too, please don't use these. 

If no classrooms appear please contact the email address below for the class code and further instructions. 

Instructions for logging in (app: tablets and phones)

Please note that you will need to download the google classroom app as well as google docs, slides, note and sheets. All of these apps are free of charge. 

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Step 1

Press 'Get Started' to move to sign in page. 

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Step 2

Each child has their own individual email address that has been assigned to them. Your child will have been given this by their teacher. The first part of their address will be the first three letters of their forename and the first letter for their surname.  For example Percy Jackson would be perj. The second part will be the rest of the email address. Together it creates the email adress; for example perj@st-annes.reading.sch.uk

The password will be the same password that your child uses to login to the computers at school. Please look at the communication from the class teacher or contact the email address below to request an email and password. 

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Step 3

Click on your child's current year group. You might be able to see a class blog or another year group too, please don't use these. 

If no classrooms appear, please contact the email address below for the class code and further instructions. 

Request help from school

FAQs

  • How do I create a document on google classroom?

    Go to classwork and click on 'work'. Then click 'view assignment'. On the right hand side, there is a section called 'your work'. Check to see if you already have a document ready; if so, click on 'document'. If not, click on '+ add or create work'. Don't forget to turn in your work to your teacher when you have finished. 

  • How do I 'turn in' my work?

    Close document and go back to assignment instructions. On the right hand side, there is a section called 'your work'. Under the document you have worked on, it will say 'turn in document'. Click on 'turn in'. 

  • My teacher has edited my work, how do I accept changes?

    A text box should have come up from your teacher, you might have drag your page right using the bottom bar. Read what changes your teacher has made and click on the tick. 

  • How do I get help from my teacher?

    Go to the assignment. On the right hand side, there is a private messaging box. Write a message to your teacher. Your teacher can then write back to you and correct/ write on your work. Please note your teacher might not be able to write back striaght away so maybe try another task while you wait. 

    Remember to click on any changes your teacher makes on your work. 

  • How do I know that I have done well on an assignment?

    Once you have 'turned in' your work, your teacher can leave you comments and grade your work. Remember to correct your marvellous mistakes by accepting changes that your teacher has made and changing your work based your teacher's comment. You can then resend your work for your teacher to see and regrade if needed. 

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