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Using Office 365 and OneDrive for school work at home and school.

Did you know you can store all your school work on Office 365 and work on it at home without needing Office on your laptop/pc?

Your parents do not need to buy Office from PCWorld etc, you get it for FREE!

You can access Microsoft Word/Excel/Powerpoint/OneDrive by using a web browser (chrome/firefox etc) or a tablet with the right apps.

To access Office 365

Just Click on the Office 365 logo on the top our website or goto

Login with your school username with on the end. Eg. if your username is 17smithd, then login as This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Your password will be the same as your school network password.

Once logged in, you can use Word/Excel and Powerpoint and save work to your OneDrive.

What is OneDrive?

OneDrive is Microsoft's online storage tool, like dropbox. You can upload files from your home laptop/tablet (Using the OneDrive app) and then login at school and use them for school work. This is ideal for images and office files. If you study photography, you can upload your images straight from your phone using the app. You get 5gb space which is plenty for school work.

To access Onedrive, just login to and Click on the OneDrive icon. On a phone or tablet just download the iOS or Android apps.

*Please note some filetypes are blocked for security. Image and Office files are allowed but several video/program files are blocked.*

Extra Help

If your having trouble with using OneDrive please see our helpguide below



Still need some help or advice?

Please see our Network Manager or Senior ICT Technician

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