STUDENT PORTAL

INSTRUCTIONS

Google Classroom is a free downloadable App, which is very user friendly and allows for more effective communication and collaboration. It does however require for each learner to have a school email account – the google account has to be from the pshs.co.za domain.

Remember to sign in with your yourname@pshs.co.za  Google Account with the Google Chrome Web Browser.

HOW TO JOIN

How do I sign in to Classroom?

You need a School Account—Also known as a G Suite for Education account, this account is set up by the school. It looks like you@pshs.co.za. If you don’t know your G Suite for Education account details, ask your teacher or the school’s IT administrator.

Note: Due to privacy laws, parents and guardians can’t access Classroom or student assignments.

SIGN IN FOR THE FIRST TIME

How do I sign in to Classroom?

Go to classroom.google.com and click Go to Classroom

Use your School Email

Enter your email address & password for your Classroom account and click Next.

Welcome Message

If there is a welcome message, review it and click Accept.

G Suite

You’re using a G Suite for Education account, click I’m A Student or I’m A Teacher. Note: Users with personal Google Accounts won’t see this option.

Get Started

G SUITE

How do I sign in to Classroom?

Depending on what apps and materials or assignments your teacher shares with you and especially if you are only using a mobile device you will likely need to download the following Apps to complete or view the work given. You must also sign in to these apps with your PSHS Google account.

PLAY STORE

Chrome

Click here to Download  

(This App will also be used for Google Forms)

G Mail

Click here to Download 

Google Calendar

Click here to Download

Google Docs

Click here to Download

Google Drive

Click here to Download

Google Sheets

Click here to Download 

Google Slides

Click here to Download

Healthy online behaviour

It is likely that during this time of online learning and school closure that you might find that you are spending more time online than what could be considered healthy.

Of course, we want you to keep up with your schoolwork, but we also we understand that you might be tempted, or fall, into a habit of spending more time online and Social Media than usual – which could lead to unhealthy habits.

Remember to limit screen time, be physically active and use Common sense.