From September 2020, homework will be issued via OneNote and set as Teams assignments. This system was successful in issuing home learning during COVID:19 school closures and we will continue this to reduce paper being sent home from school. Your child's log in will remain the same. Please contact your child's class teacher if you have misplaced your child's log in details.
Reception children will receive homework activities weekly that are linked to skills that should be developed throughout the EYFS. This will consist of an activity card which details the links to learning, why it is important, how to complete the activity and support/challenge activities to help activities be accessible to all children. Parents can then send photographs to email@example.com that can be shared with the class during their weekly homework celebration. Phonics and counting activities will also be shared on a regular basis. Children will also be issued reading books when appropriate.
Year 1-6 will issue Maths or English activities and spellings weekly. Home reading books will be issued and from year 2, children will use accelerated reader to develop their reading comprehension skills. Times Tables Rockstar should also be used weekly to develop times tables.
You can find links to some of these useful websites and instructions on how to access One Note HERE.
The below video is extremely helpful in showing how to access Teams assignments that are used to set children's homework.
How to switch between multiple Microsoft Office Accounts
Method one: Online Office switching
The simplest way to handle this is to use the new account switcher in Microsoft 365 and Office 365; for many people this will remove the need for multiple browsers, private browser windows and different Edge profiles.
Click on your profile photo in the top right corner of the Office app you’re using – not the picture of your face in the top right corner of the Edge browser – and the account manager menu shows you which accounts you’re signed in with and which you’re currently using.
Choose Sign In With A Different Account to add another Azure AD or personal Microsoft account, or just click one of the accounts on the list to switch the Office app you have open in the current tab to use that account (Figure A).
If you’re looking at your email in Outlook, switching to a different account will refresh the current browser tab to show your other Outlook account. If you have Word or PowerPoint open in another tab, it won’t change the account you’re using there. In fact, if you have Outlook open in two different tabs, only the one where you switch accounts will change.