Email, portfolios and VLE

Email

Access to email is via mail.thecambridgepartnership.co.uk. You will need your Cambridge Partnership email address and password.

E-portfolio sites

E-portfolios are provided by Google Sites. To access the e-portfolio sites go to sites.google.com/a/thecambridgepartnership.co.uk. You will need to log in to your Cambridge Partnership account with your Cambridge Parternship email and password to access the Sites app.

Google Drive

Access to documents on Google Drive is via drive.google.com/a/thecambridgepartnership.co.uk. You will need to log in to your Cambridge Partnership account with your Cambridge Partnership email and password to access the Drive app.

Google Apps

G-Suite hub for access to the range of applications is available at:
If you receive the message "admin.google.com is for G Suite accounts only. Regular Gmail accounts cannot be used to sign in to admin.google.com", simply click on the 'Add account' button and login to your Cambridge Partnership Google account.

The direct links to login in to the Google apps are:
Logging in to anyone of these provides an 9-square grid icon at the top right of the page which provides links to all of the Google apps available, so it is easy to switch between the different apps. Many people just use mail.thecambridgepartnership.co.uk to login and then use the 9-square grid icon to switch between apps.

VLE (Moodle)

The Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) is a separate system from the Google tools. Please note that the VLE is for current trainees and staff at The Cambridge Partnership. To access the VLE go to https://vle.thecambridgepartnership.co.uk. You will have been provided with a username and initial password to access the VLE. The VLE password is separate from your Cambridge Partnership Google account password.

Mentors and professional tutors now have access to support documents via a dedicated mini-website https://sites.google.com/a/thecambridgepartnership.co.uk/mentor-guide. This requires mentors and professional tutors to be logged in to their Cambridge Partnership Google account to access the mini-website and documents.