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Show My Homework

Assign and monitor homework online with the market-leading homework solution that engages students, involves parents and saves teachers time.

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What is Show My Homework?

Show My Homework is the market-leading homework software, used by 1 in 3 UK secondary schools, that integrates seamlessly with Google Classroom and Microsoft Teams . Made up of easy-to-use features that involve all key stakeholders in the homework process, Show My Homework provides schools with the tools they need to support home-learning in the most simple and effective way.

  • Set, submit and grade homework online
  • Re-use your own and colleagues’ homework tasks
  • Integrate with Google Classroom and Microsoft Teams
  • Identify learning gaps with auto-graded Quizzes and detailed reports
  • Notify parents when students receive assignments
  • Dedicated parent, teacher and student apps
  • Mark tasks and view results via the Gradebook
  • Differentiate homework to cater to students at different levels
  • Access homework tasks made by other teachers in Community Resources
  • Import quizzes directly from Neeto

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"It was a lifesaver in Lockdown. The company quickly adapted further tools. Now it's a comprehensive site."

"Saves time, allows me to send web links and the huge variety of types of homework. Amazing support during lockdown and..."

"It is very efficient; allows parental access; archives tasks; allows 2 way communication between pupils and teachers; keeps records..."

"Very professional, rapid answer to issues, constantly updating in response to feedback - new facilities added regularly"

"I have found it incredibly useful during this period of lockdown, however I was using it to enter homework as well and that has..."

"It makes setting Homework easy and you know everyone in the class is informed."

Facilitate blended learning

With Show My Homework your school has immediate access to powerful distance learning tools, making it easy to combine in-person teaching with online-centred learning. Teachers can set remote Classwork instantly, notifying learners of work to complete via Satchel One.

  • Integrations with tech leaders, Microsoft and Google, makes blended learning even more powerful
  • Assign Classwork online to students working from home
  • Teachers can see how many students have viewed work and completed assignments
  • Students can message teachers directly for support with tasks, or begin a task discussion with their peers
  • Parents can see assigned tasks via the parent app
  • Be ready to switch to distance learning, should the need arise, at any time

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  • Increase parental engagement in student learning by notifying them when tasks are set on Satchel One and shared to Google Classroom or Microsoft Teams
  • Save time and share best practices across your school with easy-to-reuse homework tasks and access to Community Resources
  • Have a clear view of how homework is performing across the school with detailed reporting and student insights
  • Create a more personalised learning experience for your students and provide thorough feedback and support with combined use of Satchel One and Google Classroom or Microsoft Teams
  • Enjoy access to all the tools and features your school needs to provide a complete distance and blended learning experience
Because Satchel One is such a flexible platform, we were able to offer a blended approach. We were still teaching physical lessons, but we also had students joining in via Google Meet.

Integrations

  • Import tasks from Google Classroom direct to Show My Homework or easily share tasks to Microsoft Teams
  • Students can submit work to Show My Homework via OneDrive and Google Drive
  • Schools can change their default submission method to either Google Classroom or Microsoft Teams
  • Attach Google Drive or OneDrive documents to assignments
  • Open Google Drive and OneDrive documents via the Assess tab for quick access to marking
  • Add live lesson links from Google Classroom or Microsoft Teams to Satchel One’s Timetables
  • Use either your existing Gmail or Office 365 email address to sign into Satchel One
While we did most of our communication with pupils via Microsoft Teams, we found that posting on Satchel One was key in keeping parents informed.

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Satchel One for iOS allows you to access our learning platform on the go. Since launching Show My Homework in 2011, we’ve been proud to call 1 in 3 UK secondary schools our partners, and we still are. Since our inception, we’ve expanded our award-winning software into a number of additional apps to create Satchel One, our learning platform. Today, Satchel One is home to Show My Homework, Content, Timetables, Behaviour, Seating, Attendance and Detentions apps. Benefits for teachers: - Set, grade and comment on homework - Assign Behaviour points and award Badges - Easily access your timetables - Receive notifications for student submissions and comments Benefits for students: - Keep track of homework using your To-do List - Easily access your timetables - Receive feedback and leave comments for your teachers - Submit your work online, take spelling tests and quizzes - View school events and announcements - View your Behaviour points, attendance, and detentions Benefits for parents: - Keep track of all your children's To-do Lists in one place - View quiz and spelling test results - View student and teacher comments - View school events and announcements - Monitor Behaviour points, attendance, and detentions Be sure to read our Terms of Use and Privacy Notice: Terms of Use: https://www.teamsatchel.com/legals/terms.html Privacy Notice: https://www.teamsatchel.com/legals/privacy_notice.html

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• Teachers using our attendance module can filter students on the register based on sex • When a school has positive only behaviour enabled, parents and students cannot see negative points on their Behaviour breakdowns • Parents and Students can preview document app attachments with quick look • Homework module can be disabled by the school

Ratings and Reviews

108.2K Ratings

Used to be better

I like most people use my phone for most things and that includes looking at assignments. On the old app this was perfectly fine and you could look back on all the assignments you had in the past which is really helpful if you missed something from ages ago that wasn’t super important so you don’t catch up on it right away. However now in a recent ish update the only way you can view tasks from a long time ago or not immediately due within the next two weeks is by going onto a computer and logging into satchel through there. This is incredibly irritating if you have a huge project with a due date months away because you then can’t quickly remind yourself about the details of the task the teacher has set you have to log onto a computer and look through there. This wouldn’t be so irritating if they didn’t change it from being perfectly good to now this system of only seeing tasks a few weeks ahead or behind on the app, i simply cannot understand why they would make this change. Why would you remove features from your app. Furthermore because of this two week period if you have overdue tasks for more than this timeframe they also disappear so then you don’t know what you’re behind on because it checks itself off after a certain period of time. Very irritating for long time users who know how good it used to be.

Needs more options and more controls

I have a number of frustrations with Satchel One including that you have no comments or ideas page on your website Below are options/improvements I would like to see in the software: - Options with type and frequency of notifications, eg when something is due and hasn’t been completed - but not getting notifications for when an item is set, or notifications when it is classwork as opposed to homework. - A better completed button for students to mark items -rather than just hiding items. - Option for students to have a separate feed for classwork items - More options to set personal reminders or task/project milestones - Ability to colourise or set notifications on items - Alternate ways to sort and filter items - Option to load work against a task - even if the teacher doesn’t want it submitted online - Option for student to give permission to a parent to mark an item as completed and assist with the upkeep and maintenance of their Satchel One account - Filters for subject and searching them, both completed and outstanding tasks

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I’m afraid to say that my wife and I really do not like this. We are unable to see what work our child has done and what content they have put in. Our child spilt water over there laptop so now attends the school hub to do there online homework. All we know is that they say it’s completed. What it was and how they achieved this we don’t know. The feedback from teachers is very hit n miss. We think that there is nothing that can compete with a homework diary that has to be signed each week by the parents to say the child has completed there homework , further more the home work is set , the child completed each subject showing the parents there effort and allowing the parents to help where possibly needed. This whole pandemic has really effected children with there effort but also the teachers as well.... the children apply less effort and the teachers don’t have to mark papers, thus meaning if the child hasn’t done the homework online then hey ho they haven’t done it....our child is probably like a lot of children if there’s a loop hole they will exploit it...and the loop hole is ....as parents we gave no way of knowing what they have done what content and effort they put in and what mark or comments from the teacher they received. Sorry just do not agree with it.... exercise book pen and paper is always better .

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Life as a pupil at Crofton Junior School

See below to read a snapshot of life at our school by Evelyn Hardwick (Head Girl) and Rowan Howley (Head Boy).

Our learning

As a pupil of Crofton Junior School, it is important to take responsibility for our own learning so that we understand what we have to do and allow others to learn as well. There are a range of different lessons that we take part in, which can involve communicating with others or working independently. We have English and Maths most mornings. Some of our curriculum is based around a book or text driver, which we read in class on a daily basis. Our text driver  changes every term; currently Year 6 are reading 'Who Let the Gods Out?'  

In the afternoon we have lessons such as Computing, Design Technology, RE, PE and many others. Sometimes we have out of school activities such as swimming or educational visits, which are really well organised, fun and help us to learn interesting things. For example, in Year 6 we have had the opportunity to go to Laval in France and visit such places as Mont St Michel and the Bayeux Tapestry. We also have special teachers who come into school for subjects such as music and PE.

We have a special learning event every year for all year groups know as 'Inspire.' During Inspire mornings we are able to work with our parents or relatives for three hours on a project that we do together, usually it is based on our English text driver. Before the main task, there is also a presentation; this year it has been to help us learn about online safety. There are lots of resources to choose from to help us with our main task; this year we made our own dream paradise and Greek God. 

The morning finishes with an assembly followed by our parents or relatives having the opportunity to stay and have lunch with us afterwards, which is prepared by the dinner ladies and is delicious.

The classrooms are both welcoming and stimulating. In our classrooms our teachers put different things on the working walls to help us learn such as key vocabulary and punctuation. There are also numeracy displays to support our learning in maths. Working walls help us to remember what we have been doing; we find them useful..

The classroom is very well organised, for example, I have a drawer in my desk where I put my important equipment and reading book; I take my reading book home every evening. The teachers always display our work around the classroom and the displays in school are fantastic. I feel very proud that some of my work has been displayed.

Each classroom has a cloakroom area where we keep our coats and bags. Our classroom doors open at 8:40am every morning and we come in and get on with our early bird task straight away, which the teachers have set for us. Some mornings this might be a correction or challenge from a subject that we did the day before or sometimes it can just be reading our school reading books. It helps us get in the mood for our learning.

Homework is set on Fridays and must be completed by the following Thursday evening. Every week we read at home at least three times, learn our spellings and practise our times tables on a program called Timestable Rockstars. In Year 6, we also do additional arithmetic and comprehension work.  

If we read three times each week and our parents sign our online record Boom Reader App we earn team points. 

At some point  during the year, there is also a homework project to complete. For example, Year 6 are asked to build an amphitheatre or coliseum from resources of our own choice.

Here at Crofton Junior School, we have many awards that the pupils can achieve, such as: times table badges, owls, shields, specials and wall of fame. The best award is the platinum wall of fame when you receive a plaque with your name on it and it is placed in the school hall. We have to earn 130 team points to receive each new award.

To earn these rewards, you must collect team points for great work, contributing, being ready to learn and for being kind and polite to everyone in and out of school. The team points that you earn also contribute to other things such as the team rewards. The teams are red, yellow, blue and green. Every half term the team with the most points will receive a treat such as an outdoor activity or a movie depending upon what the team captain and vice-captain choose.

Years 5 & 6 have lunch between 11:50pm and 12:45pm, Years 3 & 4 12:10pm and 1:05pm. This makes lunchtime calm as it is not too busy in the dining hall.

At lunch time, if it is indoor or outdoor play, we always have lots of fun. If it is outside, the dinner ladies blow a whistle and hold up a card with a class name on it.  School dinners are delicious; there are a variety of different hot and cold meals each day of the week to choose from when we arrive in school or from home if we prefer. Each day, there is a hot meal, vegetarian meal, sandwich and jacket potato option so there is plenty for everyone.

Every alternate week, we get the opportunity to use the playground where the 'mugga' is located. In the mugga, we are allowed to play football, basketball and netball. We choose a coloured bib to indicate which team we are playing on. Dinner ladies supervise in case anyone injures themselves when playing.

Assemblies​

At 2:50pm on most days, we have an assembly. They are led by teachers in school or occasionally different visitors. Assemblies give us important messages about things that are going on in the world today and important information in the local community. For example, in November we had an Remembrance Day assembly and most of us bought poppies. We sometimes sing in assembly, which everyone likes to join in with. Sometimes assemblies are about charity, for example Odd Socks Day or Children In Need.

On a Friday at 2:45pm, we get to see who has been working hard in their lessons. This is our praise assembly where all the awards are presented and we celebrate the achievements of others together. We also celebrate school attendance; the class with the highest weekly attendance earn £5 to spend at the end of the year.

On Wednesday, instead of assembly, we have Buddy Reading. This is where a pupil in Year 3 reads to a Year 5 buddy and Year 4 pupil reads to a Year 6 buddy.

After-School Clubs

We have a variety of different clubs to choose from, which change throughout the year. This year we have been able to join choir, multisports and dodgeball. We have lots of fun whichever club

we choose to join. Parent / carers can pay for their child's chosen club on Parentpay.

Inter-school Competitions

We get the opportunity to compete against children in other schools in sports competitions such as football, rugby, cross-country and basketball. We also take part in a Spelling Bee at the Academy. We all really like taking part in the competitions!

In our school, we all help each other out. If you have any worries or concerns, you can tell any member of staff, the Head Boy or Head Girl and school council. We also have Mrs Charles who is our Learning Mentor. She is always there to help solve any problems or worries which we may have put into our class Worry Box or Ask it Basket.

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    Online Safety Homework School Council Eco School Crofton News Ambassadors Crofton Infant School is a sixth form entry with 538 pupils in 3 year groups. Age ranges are 5-7, and the school is located in Orpington, Bromley in Kent.

  22. Crofton Infant School

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    Homework is set on Fridays and must be completed by the following Thursday evening.