Show My Homework is an online tool for viewing and setting homework.

Show My Homework can be accessed from the button below however we advise that you do not use Show My Homework on Internet Explorer or Edge. Instead we would recommend using Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox.

If you are having technical issues with Show My Homework, please check the SatchelOne Status Page to check if it’s a site-wide fault.

SMHW query update
We have been contacted by some students and parents concerned that they have mistakenly ticked of work on the ‘To Do’ list when work has not yet been submitted. 
If this happens the tasks can still be found in the SMHW app and the work can still be submitted. 
 
More information for students and parents can be found here: https://help.satchelone.com/en/articles/2912066-what-is-the-to-do-list

and for parents here: https://help.satchelone.com/en/articles/3184744-my-child-s-homework

For help or advice using Show My Homework please see one of the topics below:

The App (Parents)The App (Students)Logging InUploading Work

Installing The App

Please see the below video guide for installing the app as a parent for the first time with your provided Parent Code (Parents should have all received their parent codes to log in and link to their children’s accounts, however if you haven’t please contact the school and we will send them out to you).

Using The App

Please see the below video guide for using the app as a parent.

Downloading & Using The App

Please see the below video guide for using the app as a student.

Logging In Help

When you log in, be sure to click the ‘Sign in with Office 365’ button. AND MAKE SURE YOU ARE NOT USING INTERNET EXPLORER OR EDGE. Instead we would recommend using Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox.

Then make sure to put your email address in as @school.trinityhigh.com, NOT @student.trinityhigh.com and then enter the usual password you use for your email and all school computers.

If you encounter an error it is very likely you are making one of the following mistakes so check again carefully that you are:

1. Not using Internet Explorer or Edge. (Instead we would recommend using Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox.)
2. Logging in via the Office 365 button.
3. Adding @school to your email address.
4. Getting your password correct.

If all else fails, school can reset your password however this will also reset the password to your school email address and will lock you out if you do not know what it has been reset to.

Please see a copy of our log in guide for more information:

SMHW Login Guide

Uploading Work

Show My Homework have provided the following link for help with uploading work.

If you’re still having trouble or don’t know how to upload your work you might also find this video helpful:

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