GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

The following links provide access to different platforms for work while our school suffers disruptions due to the COVID-19 virus. If you have difficulties gaining access, please send an email to your class teacher or to admin@lakes.nsw.edu.au and we will contact you.

Regards
Mr Samways

YEARS K - 6

Work for Years K-6 can be found on SeeSaw. Students need a code to access their classwork and this was emailed to parents on Friday, 20 March.

Students can click here to go to the SeeSaw website. All students are asked to log-in and check that they can access this site from home. You may experience issues with Internet Explorer - Chrome, Firefox or Safari are recommended.

Please note that whilst a full transition to SeeSaw will only take place if the school closes, we will provide a blended home learning offering from Monday, 23 March with some online activities for students on SeeSaw.

YEARS 7-10
All students in Years 7 - 10 have been set up with individual Microsoft Teams accounts that work through our normal Office365 school accounts. Access can be initially made through our intranet site intranet.lakes.edu.au, and then navigate to "Office 365" where you can download Teams and OneNote.

After opening Teams, students should click on the relevant subject, and after loading the app should choose "Class Notebook". At this point they have opened a OneNote page where they should open the navigation window (an arrow near the title) and they will find their work in the Content Library.

Please note. Students will have a much faster and better experience by then opening the notebook in the OneNote app. To do this use the "open in app" option on the menubar.

An instruction page with screen shots can be found here.

YEAR 11 & 12
Most students in Years 11 and 12 already work in Microsoft Teams through our normal Office365 school accounts. Access can be initially made through our intranet site intranet.lakes.edu.au, and then navigate to "Office 365" where you can download Teams and OneNote.

After opening Teams, students should click on the relevant subject, and after loading the app should choose "Class Notebook". At this point they have opened a OneNote page where they should open the navigation window (an arrow near the title) and they will find their work in the Content Library.

Please note. Students will have a much faster and better experience by then opening the notebook in the OneNote app. To do this use the "open in app" option on the menubar.

An instruction page with screen shots can be found here.

Some Year 11 and 12 classes might also use more advanced features in Teams, with which they are already familiar. In these cases, they will already know of variations to these instructions, however, if they are in doubt, they should email their class teacher directly.