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Google Classroom

All pupils in Year 2 to Year 6 should access their home learning online through Google Classroom.

What is Google Classroom?

G Suite for Education is a digital learning platform. Google Classroom is one of the tools within G Suite for Education. Home Learning is set by teachers on Google Classroom each week and pupils will hand it in online (TURN IN). 

Watch the video below for further guidance.

Part 1 - Submitting work on Google Classrooms.mp4

Part 2 - Submitting work on Google Classrooms.mp4

Why is St Anne's providing Home Learning via Google Classroom?

We are moving to online home learning so that pupils become familiar with Google Classroom. This will ensure that we are in a strong position if we need to move to full remote education for a group of pupils. If a pupil is unable to attend school due to self-isolation, partial school closure or a local lockdown then our remote learning offer will be high-quality and safe, it will also align as closely as possible with in-school provision.

What do I need?

You can use Google Classroom on a PC or MAC or on a tablet iPad or phone. If you are using a tablet or phone then please download the Google Classroom app and any additional Google apps that your child might need. Docs, Slides and Drive are the ones that pupils will use most. These are all free to download and use.

Click here to download the Google Classroom App for Android

Click here to download the Google Classroom App for iOS (ipads/iphones)

How does my child log in?

All pupils in Y2 – Y6 have been given their user names and passwords. These should be found in their reading records. Please open the documents at the bottom of this page if you need a little guidance.

Can parents contact teachers on Google Classroom?

No. The ‘Stream’ is for pupils to chat to each other in a safe space about their learning. Please use the intake email address to email the class teacher in the first instance if you have any comments, concerns or questions.