Remote Learning - Parental Guidance
All students have a personal Google email (GMail) account which they use to log on to they online remote learning lessons and information
Open Google Chrome on a PC, Mac, Chromebook or Laptop and click sign in. This is located in the top right corner
Enter the email address of the student. All Thrybergh accounts have the year that the student started in them and end @thrybergh.com They usually follow a structure similar to this firstname.lastname@example.org
Enter the student’s password in the next box
Email should open
Logging into Google Classroom and accessing resources
All subjects have created a Remote Learning Environment for the delivery of classes
And checking assignments set.
Follow the logging in steps 1-3 shown in the checking email section
Select the apps tool (nine squares) in the top right corner when on the Google website.
Select the Google Classroom icon
Select the Google Classroom for the timetabled lesson
Messages will be available through the Stream area
Assignments and resources will be available through the Classwork area
Click View your work.
Click on each Assignment
This opens up the work submitted by your child
Accessing a Google Meet and online lessons
Google Meets can be shared via Google Classroom, Google Calendar or Via Email. Teachers may use either Calendar or Classroom to share the meet link. If a teacher shares a Meet Link via Calendar and Email this will be a different Meet link to the one in the Classroom.
Should a teacher use the Meet Link in the Classroom it will be available by clicking on the link in the Classroom header.
Calendar and Email
If a teacher shares the link via Calendar and email a lesson will appear in the students Google Calendar
Select the Calendar Icon in the Google Apps Section (see step 3 of the Google Classroom Section)
Select the lesson in the Google Calendar for the period the student needs to attend
Select the Join with Google Meet button
Click on the Join now button to enter the Meet
Alternatively students can join the Google Meet (online lesson) by selecting the Join with Google Meet link in an Email invite
What to do if there is a problem
Lessons and Classrooms
Should a student have a problem accessing a lesson they need to email their teacher and ask for the Google Meet or Google Classroom details
If your child does not have a suitable device or you don’t have access to the internet, there are things we can do to help. Please contact Mr Montgomery email@example.com or telephone: 01709 850471