Some teachers will be posting links to Espresso resources using Google Classroom. If Espresso asks you for a username and password then you will need to do the following.
1) Click on the Espresso link on the Wonde Dashboard. This will log you into Espresso automatically. You may need to click on one of 3 options. Make sure you click on Espresso rather than Espresso coding. Once you see the Espresso home page you will need to leave this tab open.
2) Go back to the Wonde Dashboard and click on Classroom.
3) Click on the Espresso link in Google Classroom and it should load up the correct page in Espresso and log you in automatically.
If you are struggling to access Google Classroom using the Wonde login then it might be because your computer / tablet / phone has a personal Google account attached to it. If this is the case you will need to use an incognito window (Google Chrome) or in private browsing (Ipad). Once you have one of those windows loaded up you will be able to log in to Wonde and Google Classroom using the https://edu.wonde.com/login/exwick link. Instructions on how to do this for various browsers are below. Please see alternative blog post if you are using a Chromebook.
Ipad or Iphone: https://support.apple.com/en-gb/HT203036
If you are using a Chromebook at home you will need to do the following:
- Log out of your Chromebook
- Click on Add Account
- Type in your child’s school Google address. This will be: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Enter the emoji password
- You should now be able to access everything from the Wonde Dashboard
Year 4’s Paddington Assembly on British Values
I have really enjoyed our Year 4 Assembly featuring Paddington and the British Values. The songs we sung were Revolution, I fought the Law, Freedom, Respect and Let’s Get Together, each time we practiced, we got better and better. We were told that our assembly was great and everybody learnt their lines and knew when they had to be on stage. The narrators were given headpieces and microphones and everyone was outstanding. I was especially excited because the assembly was on my birthday!
Flint and Billy
I have loved bhangra dancing in our Year 4 Assembly. The dances we learnt all had names such as the Punjab, Bedi and Dhamal. It felt scary to stand up and dance in front of lots of people but it was brilliant. I was told that I a very good dancer and I was on the front row!
I have really enjoyed our Year 4 Assembly because of the singing, I really like the new songs especially Let’s Get Together. As well as singing, I enjoyed dancing a special dance called bhangra. My favourite part is where you turn both ways and sprinkle your hands around your head. We were very good at it.
This week has been sport relief and lots of people dressed up as footballers. I was a dancer and I wore black long sleeved –shirt with an army denim skirt. We have enjoyed year group races today and everybody was so fast. At the end we had girls versus boy’s race and the girls won. That’s because the boys continued to talk! I am looking forward to watching the Sport Relief show on tv tonight which explains the importance of having a Sport Relief day to raise money for charities.