HBL in Primary
Parents will continue to receive a weekly email from school, which will outline activities and expectations from teachers.
We offer an opportunity to loan school laptops to families of Year 3 to Year 6 students. A copy of the loan agreement can be viewed here. Any inquiries or issues please contact IT@chatsworth.com.sg
You will receive email to parents of Year 3 to Year 6 with information on the use of technology at home. This will include your child's email address, and details on accessing various platforms.
Your child's homeroom teacher will determine the activities your child will do and supply all details with links if relevant.
Parents should read the parents section of this site for suggestions on how to support your child in HBL.
Access to Seesaw
Students who have borrowed a school laptop will be able to access Seesaw the same way they do at school, via the student portal (their homepage). We will also be sending home information that will allow your child to access their Seesaw account.
Please sign in with your Home Learning code following the steps below:
Go to https://web.seesaw.me on a computer. Or install the Seesaw Class iOS or Android app. (different to the FAMILY app that parents use).
Tap “I’m a Student”.
Scan or type in your Home Learning code. (this is send to you via IT@chatsworth.com.sg)
Post to your journal, respond to activities, and view class announcements. (Seesaw Help resource are available Click here)
Remember, the code you will receive is like a password. Please do not SHARE or POST on it. Keep it safe!
This is the webpage that students in Years 3-6 are familiar with as their home page on the school laptops. They must first be logged in to the school Gmail account for these links to work.
To access without a school loaned laptop, students will need to know their school G Suite account information (see below).
School G Suite (Gmail) account
Most students in JY are familiar with their username and password. We will send information via email guiding families how to access their G Suite account from home. Families borrowing a school computer, should already have access.