Seesaw comments 1.5.20

Thank you to all the children and parents who have been sharing their work with us on Seesaw! If you have been doing work but not posting it on Seesaw don’t worry about back dating everything, just post from now on when you can. A reminder of how to use Seesaw for anyone who would like to start sharing their work with us…

  1. Download ‘Seesaw Class’ app on a tablet or phone.
  2. Select ‘I am a Student’
  3. Scan the QR code:

To post a picture of your work:

  1. Select the green plus at the top of the page
  2. Select ‘Photo’
  3. Take a photo of whatever you want to share with us and then select the green tick
  4. Click the ‘T’ to add a caption and type in your first name – we won’t know who posted it if you don’t put your name on the photo!
  5. Choose which class you are in and then the green tick again

NOTE TO PARENTS: Children are familiar with SeeSaw as we use it in class.

Things you should know:

  1. We have made this secure so no-one else can access your work or pictures.
  2. You will not be able to see other children’s work and others cannot see your work.
  3. Because it is secure, you will not be able to see your work once you’ve submitted it BUT don’t worry, we will still be able to see it.

Now, back to today’s great posts!

Adele – Another great day of work including PE, maths and phonics. Great robot arms, I’m glad to see you’ve remembered them! A special thank you to your adult who has been writing out all the maths questions for you, what a super star!

Sonny – A super letter! I can see you have used your best handwriting and have remembered your capital letters and full stops, I’m sure the Queen will be very impressed!

Michael – Great maths work, you have used problem solving to work out those tricky questions, well done! Lovely PE and Art work too. Miss Webster wanted to say an extra special thank you for the song – she LOVED watching the video, it really made her smile and we can’t wait to hear it when we get back to school!

Fabien – Super maths and phonics work, what a great score you got for sounding out the words in one minute! Your picture of the Queen is also very good, I can see you have taken your time to look at the shapes!

Amelia – Well done for your maths work, you have found a quarter in lots of different ways, good job!

Jake – Great drawing, you look very proud (and so you should be) and well done for practising your phonics!

Elodie – What lovely story telling, it sounds like you had a great holiday! Your phonics practise was super, well done for using your robot arms. Wow, what a drawing! I can see you’ve looked really carefully at the proportions and shapes and I love your colouring.

Sadie – My goodness you’ve been a busy bee! It looks like you had a fun (and very long) walk/cycle and we look forward to hearing about your next adventure! Well done for catching up with all that maths work!

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