Historically, some schools were given shared log in details for students and teachers. This is no longer applicable.
We understand that managing a large number of students' usernames and passwords can be time-consuming and frustrating, but we believe that there are many benefits of having individual student accounts.
Individual accounts allows for greater personalisation for each student, allowing you to differentiate learning and further support each child.
As a teacher, you can create and assign resources and learning activities to individuals, groups or classes, can create quick, informal quizzes and other interactive activities to check individual student's understanding.
For the more creative elements of our programmes, such as Coding and Studio, individual student accounts allow children to simply save, edit and add to existing projects.
Individual student accounts also allows for a far greater degree of security and privacy.
For more information about how to create accounts and passwords for students, take a look at:
How do I add a new student to the Discovery Education platform?
How do I create a new class in my school or edit the accounts within it?
How do I set passwords for my students?