Accessing remote learning
Accessing the online learning
Our students can access their online learning platform via the ‘Student Portal’. To access the Student Portal, your child will need tovisit the ' Student Portal' and use their school provided e-mail address and password.
Your child's e-mail address is their username plus ‘@waverley.bham.sch.uk’. For example, if your child's username was 17ABCDEF, their e-mail address would be 17ABCDEF@waverley.bham.sch.uk.
If your child has forgotten their password, they can request a new one here.
Access to devices
We are aware that some families are sharing devices between children, and therefore learners may be unable to attend each lesson as it is prescribed by their timetable. All lesson content (including videos, resources, and assignments) will be left online for two working days, allowing your child to access the learning when a device is available. However, we strongly encourage your child to follow their normal school timetable as much as possible.
In order to access the remote learning, your child will need:
- A digital device (computer, laptop, tablet, smartphone) capable of connecting to the internet and capable of providing sound.
- A stable internet connection.
If you are using a tablet or a smartphone, your child may need to download the ‘Teams’ app. Further instructions are available via the website. If you are concerned that your child may not have these resources available, please contact the school by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Download Teams for your device
Whilst it is possible to use Teams via any modern up-to-date browser, you may choose to download the application on to your device. If you choose to download the Teams application to your device, you do so at your own risk. Waverley Education Foundation Ltd. does not require the downloading or installation of any applications or software for children to participate in remote learning. Waverley Education Foundation Ltd. will not accept liability for any damage to a device or loss of data that occurs as a direct or indirect result of using an externally provided application or piece of software.
If you choose to download the application, you may do so from the Microsoft website: click here for further information.