Remote Education Resources
Seesaw gives pupils a place to document their learning, be creative and develop their knowledge of technology. Each pupil has their own journal and can add to it in a variety of ways, such as photos, videos, drawings, or notes.
At The Greetland Academy, we have also been able to use Seesaw as a platform for sharing remote-learning. The features have allowed us to structure a remote-learning day. Teachers can film lessons, share content, set activities, voice record and demonstrate examples. On Seesaw, teachers can also provide regular feedback to praise, encourage or support learning. The inclusivity of the app means all pupils, from Reception to Year 6, can access and complete remote-learning on Seesaw.
Nessy allows children to gain independence when practicing their spellings and reading and allows opportunities to use their phonics knowledge to spell new and unfamiliar words.
Here is the link to the Nessy website
Those children who will benefit from using Nessy have been given their login details by their teachers.
Using a Playstation or XBox to access schoolwork
See this guide for how to use an Xbox to access Seesaw and this one for how to use a Playstation to access TTRockstars. Seesaw should also work on any Smart TV.