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What is Class Dojo?
Class Dojo is a school communication platform that teachers, students, and families use every day to build close-knit communities by sharing what’s being learned in the classroom home through photos, videos, and messages.
Across school from Pre-School to Year 6, we are now using Class Dojo as a way of communicating. Here is the link to Class Dojo where you can request to join: ClassDojo
You can access your child’s Class Dojo by speaking with class teachers who can securely invite you join the appropriate class page.
Portfolios – Class Dojo Portfolios are digital student portfolios that allow students to share classwork with their teachers and family. Teachers can also assign projects directly to students. Teachers can view and approve student work on Portfolios. Students can create and upload photos, videos, drawings through Class Dojo, and can also upload Microsoft Office files, PDFs, and image files from any laptop devices to which students can respond. Parents and teachers can leave positive feedback in the form of a like and/or comments.
Stories – Stories are instantly updating streams of messages, pictures and videos similar to a Twitter-style timeline. Every class and school has their own Story, all of which are shared home with parents. School Story helps teachers to share with all families connected to their school while Class Story helps teachers to share with all families connected to their class.
Messages – Messages allow teachers and parents to message each other, without needing to share phone numbers or contact details. Staff will respond to any messages from parents within 24 hours. Messages sent out of hours will not be seen by the teacher until the next working day.
Dojo or Monster Points – Teachers use Class Dojo to promote positive behaviours in their classroom. Each child gets a monster avatar, and teachers can award Dojos for things such as staying on task, meeting a target, being kind or brilliant homework. Each student’s monsters can only be customised from within a student account.
Parent Help Desk
Websites to Support Your Children at Home
Mathletics (Available for Year 6 children)
Spag.com (Available for Year 6 children)
Maths – mathsisfun.com
Reading – oxfordowl.co.uk
General subjects – bbc.co.uk/bitesize