Home learning with Seesaw
A Guide for Parents
Many of our home learning activities will be set on Seesaw. Through Seesaw, children can share their work and give teachers and parents the opportunity to review it and provide feedback.
Seesaw can be accessed as a pupil through the class app and as a parent through the family app.
Children are taught how to use Seesaw in school; the short videos below provide some guidance on how to help your child use Seesaw. Their home learning code can be found in the back of their reading record book and the URL for parent access is available from your class teacher.
If school is open and your child has any difficulty using Seesaw, please contact their class teacher, via the school office for support.
In the event of school closure, contact email@example.com for help with any technical difficulties.
Adding work to Seesaw
Responding to activities
Find out more about how to support your child with Seesaw at https://web.seesaw.me/remote-learning-for-families or view their answers to frequently asked questions in the document below.
From Monday 11th January 2021, children in Key Stage 2 will be accessing live lessons via Microsoft Teams. Click here to find out how to use Teams and support your child at home. Your child's username is firstname.lastname@example.org and their password is the password they use to log into the IT suite at school.