What is Google Classroom?
Google Classroom is an online learning environment by Google. It allows teachers to set assignments and homework for pupils, grade work, provide feedback and more online.
At Stirling High School, all pupils are given a Chromebook to use at school and at home to promote digital learning in schools. Google Classroom is the platform that makes digital learning possible, by providing an easy to use system for managing classes.
Accessing Google Classroom (young person)
Parents cannot access Google Classroom directly.
Young people access Google Classroom by going to classroom.google.com and signing in with your school Google account.
Your school Google account uses the @stirlingschools.net ending. E.g. firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively, you can access Google Classroom using the tile on the glow launchpad, which can be accessed here: glow.rmunify.com
Parents and carers who accept the invitation to Guardian Summaries will receive an email at the end of each week highlighting the learning that has taken place in their child's Google Classrooms for the previous 7 days, work that is missing (not returned to the teacher) and work that is due in the next 7 days.
You do not need to have a GMail account to receive Guardian Summaries. The school will invite you using the email address with have on file.
NB If you are logged in to Gmail on the computer/phone that you are using when you receive the invite, it may be redirected to the Gmail account.
If you have not received an invite, please get in touch at email@example.com