The school website calendar is updated weekly.
You can subscribe to the calendar and have it available on your phone or tablet for example.
Details of how to do this can be found here:- https://www.chalkwellhallinfants.co.uk/diary/subscribe/
We have our own Facebook group so that we can share photos, videos etc. of activities we are doing in school.
The group is closed to non-members and all requests to join have to be approved. Only people who are known to the school as 'Contacts' for a current pupil are approved.
If you need to be added as a 'Contact', please speak to someone in our Office.
SchoolPing is the app that we use to communicate with parents.
It is used to send out messages, organise parent\teacher meetings and has a calendar which is updated weekly.
The app can be downloaded for free from the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store.
The web browser version can be accessed by clicking here.
If you have any problems using the app, please speak to someone in our Office.
Tapestry is an online learning journal where parents of Reception children can receive updates about their child's activities in school.
Please click here to access the website.
To be registered on the Tapestry system, please email
email@example.com the following details:-
1. Your relationship to your child (Father, Mother, Grandparent etc.)
2. Your child's full name
3. Your first name
4. Your last name
ActiveLearn is a website that incorporates Bug Club (which is our on-line book site).
To access ActiveLearn:-
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If you're having trouble logging onto BugClub on your Apple iPad, try the following:-
1. tap on Settings
2. scroll down and tap on Safari
3. scroll down to the Privacy & Security section on the right-hand side
4. move the button by "Prevent Cross-Site Tracking" to the left so that it's turned off
5. make sure that "Block All Cookies" is on the left (turned off)
then, if you have the Chrome browser installed
6. scroll down Chrome in the left-hand side
7. move the button by " Allow Cross-Website Tracking" to the right so that it's turned on
then try and log into BugClug - with Safari and\or Chrome and see how you get on.
This is what it says on the Apple website about this:-
Prevent cross-site tracking in Safari on Mac
Some websites use third-party content providers. You can stop third-party content providers from tracking you across websites to advertise products and services.
I don't think you're making your iPad unsafe by changing these settings, it's all to do with adverts. If you want to, you could turn the settings above back on\off when you're not using Bug Club - but I'm afraid, it doesn't look like Bug Club will work on an iPad running a newer version of IOS, without changing these settings.
Purple Mash is an extensive on-line resource we use in school for Maths, English, Computing, Art, Design and much, much more.
To access Purple Mash:-
You can watch the 'Purple Mash in 2 minutes' explanatory video on this page - http://www.2simple.com/purple-mash.