Google Classroom (KS2)  

What is Google Classroom?

Google Classroom is a free Google App that aims to simplify creating, distributing and assessing learning in a paperless way. Teachers can use Google Classroom to send announcements to entire classes, share resources, lesson notes, PowerPoints, diagrams, and home learning. Pupils can use it to access work covered in class in school, at home or on the go and complete home learning. Parents can use some of the features of Google Classroom to help engage with and support pupils in their home learning. It is a free resource that can be accessed from any device connected to the internet - laptops, desktop computers, chromebooks, tablets or mobile phones.

 

 

 

How do students access Google Classroom?

To access Classroom, go to https://classroom.google.com in the Chrome browser, then sign in with your G Suite account. You also may install the Google Classroom app on either Android or iOS (and iPadOS) devices. Please refer to the video and parent guide below. 


How can I learn more about Google Classroom?
If you or your child needs technical help with Classroom, Google provides a detailed set of support pages that cover all aspects of the service. Next, if your questions remain unanswered, ask your child's teacher. At that point, if you still have challenges, contact Jane Chadwick (office@stmaryangels.co.uk ).

 

You can click here or on the picture to the right for additional support with accessing Google Classroom. 

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