Accessing school e-mail on a mobile device

All students have access to e-mail. You can either log on your e-mail via a web browser (click here for access) or via an App which when viewed on a mobile device is a more convenient method.

There are benefits to doing this. These include:

  1. Being able to get in contact with your Teachers.
  2. Getting reminders on your device pop up before a lesson is due to take place on Microsoft Teams.

Once you have downloaded and installed the Microsoft Outlook app you can then configure your mobile device (Smartphone or Tablet). Once configured you can send and receive message with many of the same features that you would find within the web version of Outlook through a internet browser on a computer.

There are however a few steps (three in total) that you will have to do to get your school e-mail on your mobile device working.

Step One

Download and install the Microsoft Outlook App for free for your mobile device (Smartphone or Tablet) by visiting the following:


Step Two

Set up a pin code on your mobile device.

Before you can configure mail on your device using the Microsoft Outlook App you will need to set up a personal pin code / lock screen pattern or password on your mobile device. If you have already done this please move to step three, otherwise please consult the following reference material:

For Android devices

For iOS (iPhone and iPad)

If you do not wish to have a pin code / lock screen pattern or password on your mobile device you will be unable to proceed with the configuration of school e-mail on your personal device. Please click here to access your e-mail via a web browser.

Step Three

Once you have completed all the prerequisite steps (One to Three) you can configure the Microsoft Outlook App on your mobile device to work with your school e-mail account.

Please consult the following reference material below:

The resources above are provided in PDF format and will open on most computers, tablets and smartphones without the need for additional software, but if you need to download a reader follow this link (computers only) or on tablets and smartphones use the Apple iTunes or Google Play stores.