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Remote learning

Please see the letter below on how to access Teams and access our remote learning.

Each child has been given an email address and password to access teams. If you do not have this please email us on and we will send this to you. Once you are on teams say Hello and we will know you are with us.

You can message us with any questions, send us photographs or examples of your children’s work to the above email address and we will get back to you.

Stay safe 😊

Microsoft Teams to support Remote Learning

This letter is to support you and your child if your child with remote learning.

Teams can be accessed from the web browser, a desktop application or a mobile app.

You can also Download Microsoft Teams for your desktop or, if necessary, mobile:

Sign in using your child’s school email address, which has been shared earlier in the year. If you are unsure of these details please email your child’s class teacher.

Navigating Microsoft Teams (desktop & Mobile)

Primary navigation appears on the left-hand side of the screen (bottom on iPad and mobile devices) and includes the following icons: Activity, Chat, Teams, Assignments, Calendar, Calls and Files



Children will be part of a class or year group team. Click on this ‘Team’.

A new page will be displayed where you can access ‘Posts’ and ‘Files’.

Posts: This is where your child’s teacher (or other adult within school) will post information about lessons. They may post links to on-line activities or direct you to particular ‘Files’ to support learning.

Files: Click on this tab to find resources for your learning. Assemblies, videos, powerpoints and other resources can be found here.

Your child can then share their learning in a range of ways (e.g. taking photos, typing responses or uploading other files) by emailing their teacher.

If you do have any questions or issues, please do not hesitate to contact the school.

Yours Sincerely

Alex Scott

Deputy Headteacher

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