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Last updated on 26 June 2020
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Share our factsheets for Microsoft Teams (part of Office 365 Education) with your pupils, parents and staff, so they can easily get set up and start engaging.

Currently, the DfE expects all pupils to return to school in September. However, if you stay on top of remote learning you'll be well-prepared to help pupils learn at home if they need to self-isolate, and to continue education for all pupils in the event of localised school closures.

Download our pupil and parent factsheet 

It covers how to: 

  • Get set up on a smartphone, tablet or laptop
  • Access and hand in work on any device 
  • Access feedback 
  • Get notified about work that's been set

Download our staff factsheet 

It covers how to: 

  • Get set up on a computer or laptop
  • Invite pupils to the class 
  • Send messages/announcements to pupils
  • Assign whole-class or differentiated tasks 
  • Give feedback to pupils 

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