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Office 365 Education: instructions for pupils, parents and staff
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.
As of 4 January 2021, all schools have closed to all pupils except children of critical workers and vulnerable children. You must provide remote education to all pupils learning at home.
The DfE now expects schools to use a digital education platform, like Office 365 Education or G Suite for Education, to deliver remote learning.
Stay up to date on the full list of expectations (pages 46 to 50 of Restricting attendance during the national lockdown: schools).
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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