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Remote Learning

Click here Information for Parents Regarding Remote Education

Google Classroom is an online virtual classroom, a place where students can access personalised learning resources, assignments and teacher feedback. Students will have a virtual Google Classroom for each of their timetabled lessons. Teachers will be posting learning resources and assignments throughout the period of closure, so students should ‘visit’ their classrooms regularly to access new learning opportunities. Students should review all learning resources and ‘hand in’ completed assignments so that the teacher can mark the work, providing feedback and continuing the cycle of personalised teaching and learning.


Useful Links

Useful Hints and Tips for accessing Google

Please find some useful links below to help support your child while learning from home.



Google Meets:

Here is a quick video that shows how to use Google Meet via google classroom for students that are using a mobile or tablet device.


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Other digital devices from which you can access Google Classroom


For PlayStation


  1. Identify the PlayStation internet browser icon (WWW with dots around it).
  2. Press the PlayStation logo on the controller.
  3. Go to the library and find options for games and applications.
  4. Go to applications and you will find the internet browser.
  5. Navigate to your online learning platform and log in as usual.

For Xbox:

You will need a keyboard for this. You don’t need a fancy gaming keyboard or anything expensive to plug into a console.

  1. Plug a keyboard into the Xbox USB slot.
  2. Go to my games and apps.
  3. Find and select Microsoft Edge.
  4. To access Google Classroom, type into the URL bar at the top and log in as you would on a PC using your school Gmail account.


The IT team are regularly updating information and posting YouTube videos on the school website.

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