If you have any questions around purple mash please try to speak to your child's class teacher or submit your question here and someone will be in contact as soon as possible.
How to share your work on a display boardI
If you would like to share some work you have created in purple mash with others in your class or even the whole school you can do this by using the display boards. This video shows you how to do that. Once you have shared this your teacher will need to approve it before you and your friends can see it. It is a great tool because it is very interactive, for example if you create an animation your friends will be able to see the animation and if you make a game your friends will be able to play the game too.
Display Board once approved
This is what you will be able to see once your work has been approved
How can my child see their feedback?
This is a quick video to show you and your child how they can see the feedback on their work. Remember your child's class teacher will be looking at the work folders once a day so check back for feedback. You might even earn a reward.
Sharing work you have created on Purple Mash
This video shows you how to share your 'Purple Mash' work using the share features. You can choose to email your work to your teacher or share it on the class blog. If your work has been set as a 2do it will already be shared with your class teacher.
Uploading work - not created on Purple Mash
Here is a video to help you know how to upload your work so that your class teacher can take a look.
How to attach a picture to an email
Watch this video to help you learn how to attach photos of your work to send to your class teacher
Accessing Purple Mash and Mini Mash
Here is a short video to help you access the Purple Mash and Mini Mash. You will have received your child's log in details, please speak to your child's class teacher who will be able to assist you with this.
Take a look at the St Peter's School video by clicking on the tab to see daily life in our school. We also have a Powerpoint presentation for you to watch in the Admissions section.
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