Secondary Student

Secondary students have a unique platform style where they can store their own online files and folders. See homework, classwork, projects and blogs as well as calendar events set by your teachers.

Messages

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The messages feature is an internal system within the eSchools platform. Messages can be used to communicate with your teacher and your classmates.

Files

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The file feature is an easy and safe way of saving important documents without the need for discs and memory sticks. Folders and subfolders can be created to easily retrieve your files.

Calendar

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See Calendar dates and events as added for you by your teachers and set your own events here too.


Groups

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Your teachers can create areas for other groups such as after school clubs or sports activities. Within these areas you can see a unique group page, begin discussions and projects. The initial Groups window will display your groups into chunky buttons, so that you can see the groups you belong to.

Classes

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Go to Classes to see what is going on in your various classes. It is a good way of highlighting topics you are covering throughout the term and other additional useful information.

Projects

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With Projects you can see all of the resources you need in one place; here, there may be homework to complete, videos to watch, images to see, documents to read and quizzes to attempt.


Blogs

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Create your own blogs and posts and share them with your class teacher or your whole class or group.

Settings

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Personalize your platform by using the Settings function. Here you can change your password and your profile photo. You can also add a colourful theme to your platform’s background.


Office 365

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Schools that have subscribed to Office 365 can see their emails and One Drive items appear on their eSchools platform. Outlook Calendar events will also appear separately on the eSchools Calendar tool.

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