Our Lady and St Philomena’s has upgraded to Seesaw across Key Stage One and Key Stage 2. Seesaw is a simple way for teachers and students to record and share what's happening in the classroom and at home for homework and home learning, if needed due to self-isolation. Seesaw gives students a place to document their learning, be creative and learn how to use technology.
Each student gets their own journal and will add things to it, like photos, videos, drawings, or work done within class or for homework.
Please hand in the consent form to the main office, to let us know if your child can post work, and if we can post photos of them on their Seesaw for example in an incredible video of their learning.
When there are new Seesaw posts, families can be notified via app notification, email or SMS.
Parents are only notified about their own child’s work, and all data is safe and secure.
Seesaw is private, the only people with access are your child, you as their grown up and their teacher.
Announcements of important school information can be sent safely, easily and securely via Seesaw allowing communication with you and teachers to be more efficient.
When teachers and families work together, outcomes improve. We’re using Seesaw because it supports strong relationships between teachers, students, and families. Together, we can support and celebrate your child’s learning inside and outside the classroom!
Makes your child’s thinking and learning visible so we can see and celebrate their growth over time
Opens communication between home and school, so we can share ideas to best support your child’s learning at home and at school
Gives your child an authentic audience for their work -- you! -- which motivates them to do their best
Connect to your child’s learning on the Seesaw Family app.
Every child has been given a unique Family login QR code with instructions to login to see your child’s incredible learning journey.
If you need a new code please let school know and we can support you.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact your child's class teacher.