In line with government guidance our school is working towards a wider opening. Currently, we are open to key worker's children, vulnerable children and invited year groups.

Computing & Online learning

Online Learning
 
Please note that this page is being updated regularly and therefore new links or information will be added - please keep checking back here to see. 
 
We are working as quickly as we can to make some really good quality resources for children to use at home.  Whether you are using a laptop, desktop, tablet or phone, your child should be able to access resources that they can use.
The team of staff is learning all the time, so please be patient.  If you're having trouble logging in, please e-mail charlestown@kernowlearning.co.uk and we will get back to you as soon as we can.
There are some notes pages attached here to help you through the various sections.
 
All children on roll at Charlestown have free access to MS Office 365, including Teams (where most of the work will be shared), MS Word, Excel and Powerpoint.
 
To log on, either type teams.microsoft.com in the browser at the top of an internet page, or click on the picture of the beach on the class page under the curriculum tab of this website.  (Your child will need their teams log in information).
 
In the 'My Notes' section of their Class Notebook, you will find the passwords for Numbots, Times Table Rockstars, Spelling Shed and Fiction Express.  
 
Please remember that this is still internet based and therefore it's always a good idea to supervise what your children are doing.  If you (or your child) see anything which is upsetting or inappropriate, please follow our e-safety guidance and report it asap.
 
 
Logging into MS TEAMS: Layout and Settings Video
Using the 'Immersive Reader' in Microsoft 365
Staying Safe online
Please remember it's always best to try and supervise what your children are doing online.  Even checking in regularly with them by using the 7 conversation starters from nationalonlinesafety.com is a good way to make sure they remember to stay safe online.  (The poster is on our website 7 conversation starters)
 
Other websites to help parents:

There is a lot of support available to keep children safe online. Below are some useful links that we hope you find useful....

·       Thinkyouknow (advice from the National Crime Agency to stay safe online)

·       Internet matters (support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online)

·       Parent info (support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online)

·       LGfL (support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online)

·       Net-aware (support for parents and careers from the NSPCC)