Woodcroft Online – Virtual School for Online Learning

While the school building is closed, learning at Woodcroft has gone online. Check out our virtual school guides for more information.

First log on to Google Classroom via our website. Our pupils should know how to do this already. They will find the app button after log in.

More information about how to ‘log on’ is can be found in our handy guide.

Then you can connect with your teacher and classmates to get on with your learning.

Still unsure what you should be doing? Your teacher is there to help. Alternatively, download one of our Virtual School Guides from the links below.


Nursery Guide

Reception Guide

KS1 Guide

KS2 Guide


Download the guides from the links below …

Guide to Logging in to Google Classroom

Nursery Guide

Reception Guide

Key Stage 1 Guide

Key Stage 2 Guide

Engagement Expectations and Protocols

Pupils are expected to log on and engage with their Google Classroom in the virtual school every day unless they are ill. The school logs and monitors all activity. If your child is ill for more than one day and unable to engage with their google classroom you must notify the school office by telephone and leave a message on the answer machine – just like normal school if they were not going to attend.

If your child has not engaged online for 3 days without authorisation then parents will be contacted by the school.

Day 1:  Pupils are expected to log on every day (Mon – Fri)

Day 2: Parents must notify the school if their child is ill

Day 3: The school will contact all parents if we have not received any notifications

Please note: We may also carry out additional welfare checks at any time.

Barnet Children’s Centres – Activities for the Under 5s

Pre-School Home Activities edition 1- click here

Pre-School Home Activities edition 2 – click here

Family Support

We have collected some valuable family support resources together on one page …


Online Safety – Home Activity Packs

A page has been created by ThinkuKnow (from the National Crime Agency) to support parents during COVID-19 and the closure of schools. Each fortnight, they will be releasing new home activity packs with simple 15 minute activities parents can do with their child to support their online safety at a time when wey will spending more time online at home.