How does our school use Single Sign-On (SSO)?

Single Sign-On (SSO) allows teachers and learners to log into Bedrock using their Google or Office school email address.

SSO only works if your school is connected to Bedrock via Wonde.

The main benefits of using Single Sign-On area
It’s simpler to get your learners started on Bedrock, as they won’t need to be given a personalised username and password
You won’t need to reset passwords as learners won’t need to remember another username and password. This reduces interruption for learners and saves you time.

Once Single Sign-On has been set up, learners and teachers just need to click on ‘Office 365’ or ‘Google’ depending on the system your school uses.

Supported browsers
Bedrock Learning can be accessed on most devices and browsers. A full list of currently supported browsers is shown here in green.

Creating a Single Sign-On (SSO) link to Bedrock Learning in your Virtual Learning Environment (VLE)
If your school uses a VLE, this is an ideal place to include the necessary links to enable users to use SSO. In your school's VLE, please include the following links depending on your users' email address domains:

  • Office 365:
  • Google:

Why has our Single Sign On (SSO) stopped working?

I tried to log in and SSO is no longer working.

There are a few reasons why this could have happened.

  1. Has your school changed your email domain?
    • If so, you will need to ensure you have updated us about these changes.
  2. Have you changed your MIS provider?
    • If so, you will need to ensure you have updated us about these changes.
  3. Has your school's data manager changed your Wonde sharing permissions?
    • Ask them to check what changes have been made and let our support team know if they need help.

If this is your school’s first time using SSO for Bedrock Learning, you may need an IT administrator to approve Microsoft/Google authentication for our web application. If they need help with this, they can contact our support team using