The Perse has now moved to remote ‘e-education’. Please see below for further details specific to each school.
Pupils can access Perse systems such as SharePoint, Email, Schoology and Perse Research subscriptions from home by clicking this link.
Useful advice for parents/carers and pupils who are sharing devices and using SharePoint can be found here.
Closure: We will support our pupils in their learning via remote learning and will be setting and collecting work, as well as providing feedback through existing school e-learning platforms. Schoology will be used as the central communication point and all pupils will be expected to check their accounts on a daily basis. Teachers will post updates with work set, indicating the time allocation and deadlines for submission and all work will be collected through Schoology. Where appropriate, students will be notified on Schoology of upcoming live sessions which will be set during the times when a normal lesson would have taken place – pupils’ attendance of the live session would then be expected wherever feasible. Pupils can access further guidance on how to use Schoology and OneDrive here.
Further information on home learning can be found by following these links:
Closure: We will support the children’s learning remotely and will be setting work, as well as providing feedback, through existing e-learning platforms. If children are well enough to continue learning, they should click here to access the Prep’s Home Learning page. They will need to log in with their normal username (adding @perse.co.uk) and password. From there, they will be able to read instructions of the tasks that they have been set each day. This may include links to teacher-led video clips within the planet e-stream system. Children can submit work as required via OneDrive or email back to their teachers, who will then provide feedback on the learning.
Closure: We will support our pupils in their learning via remote learning and will be setting and collecting work, as well as providing feedback through existing school e-learning platforms. As the children are familiar with using Seesaw, we are currently researching how it can be used to support learning from home. For example, by giving suggestions for tasks, short instructions/tutorials and websites to visit to enable your child to practise key skills as they would do in class. Take a look at our home learning grid for more ideas.