On this page you will find out about Hwb and it's features.  At the bottom of the page, you can access 'how to' videos via the buttons.

What is Hwb?

A wide range of applications is available to logged-in learners via the Hwb platform’s menu including:

  • Office 365 (See how to download the latest version of Microsoft Office at home using the link below)

  • Google for Education (Mobile apps available in your device’s app store)

  • Adobe Spark (Mobile apps available in your device’s app store)

  • Flipgrid (Mobile apps available in your device’s app store)

  • Just2easy (Mobile apps available in your device’s app store)

  • Encyclopaedia Britannica

  • Playlists

  • Minecraft education edition


All children love to explore and use Just2Easy.  You can download J2Launch as an app or use it in the web browser.  Although Hwb has many more features, this is the one that we are focusing on using with most of our learners.  Some features of J2E are more appropriate for younger learners, such as JiT.  

How to guides:

Like lots of parents, this may be the first time that you have heard of Hwb.  Nearly all children at school will have some experience with HWB.  Your child's class teacher will tell you which Hwb features will be best suited to your child.  Please use the 'how to' guide links below to help you and your child to get onto Hwb and to enjoy exploring the many features.  

Logging into Hwb 

J2e Basics

J2E tiles 'how to' guides

Office 365

Minecraft Education Edition