How do I upload and publish work on Pobble?

Publishing work on Pobble is quick, easy and inspirational for your pupils! It can also be uploaded and saved internally to an evidence bank for your staff to assess and moderate.

 

To publish work or save to evidence you will need to add your pupils.

In order to publish work, you also must obtain consent from the parent - a green tick will appear next to the pupils' name.

 

 

To upload work, there are two ways to start.

 

1. Via the Pobble writing bank, then 'Upload writing'.

 

 

2. Via 'My Pobble' then 'My mark book' then 'Add Work'.

 

 

 

Note - you can also add work via Pobble Moderation, adding work directly into a child's assessment file.

 

Next, your pupil list will appear. Simply search for a name or select a group and click "Upload". The green ticks denote if the child has parental permission to have their work published.

 

 

Select the piece of work you would like to upload. If using a desktop, you need to save the photographs or pdfs of the work to your computer first to access.

For mobile, you should be able to access your camera roll / gallery / files.

 

 

Check if you are happy with the photo or document, add any additional pages or rotate if required. Once happy, click "Done".

 

 

The "save writing" menu will appear. You have two options.

i) Save to evidence bank so you can use it internally for moderation purposes.

ii) Save and publish the work to your school celebration page. Add any comments, description or any tags to aid search.

For both options you can choose if the work meets the STAs independent writing criteria.

 

Evidence bank

 

 

Publish 

 

 

Once happy, click 'Save writing". Done!

 

If published, head to our Pobble writing bank and click 'My School' to see the work!

 

 

All work is found in the pupil's Evidence bank.  To access, first find the pupil's name in your pupil list.

 

 

Click on their name to bring up their Profile, then click 'Evidence bank'.

 

 

Here you can then create an assessment file containing that work and invite your colleagues to moderate.