What is Google Classroom?
Google Classroom is a website developed by google for teacher / child interaction.
It is a secure access website and you will have received an individual email address and password for your child to log in. Should your child need to access learning remotely, we will use this platform to share learning activities and provide feedback on work returned. Needing a little refresher on how to use it? Please see our guide below.
Using Xbox or Play Station to access Google Classrooms
Google Classroom can be opened on both an Xbox and Playstation.
If your child has a keyboard, they can plug in and use it to have a much easier navigation time. Otherwise, they can use their controller to click on their year group , open up assignments and type. They will be able to open learning activities/resources and interact with Live sessions and written activities.
How to access Remote Education using an Playstation or Xbox
You can then access your learning through Google Classroom, including:
Remote education is a broad term encompassing any learning that happens outside the classroom, with the teacher not present in the same location as the pupils.
The document below has been written to provide clarity and transparency to our families about what to expect from remote education at Hobletts Manor Junior School when national (or local) restrictions require entire teams (or bubbles) to remain at home. Our provision is based upon the uniqueness of our school and based upon feedback from our families and grounded in research and guidance from the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF), Department for Education (DfE) and Ofsted. This document details the bespoke arrangements that we have in place for our children and does so through addressing key areas of our practice and responding to frequently asked questions from our families.
We remain committed to keeping our provision under regular review, responsive to feedback, guidance and best practice study.