Good communication between school and home is vital as this ensures teachers, parents and carers are well-informed and able to provide personalised support to help students achieve their best. ePrasie and My Child at School combine support us keep parents informed about what is happening in school on a day to day and long term basis.
ePraise is used to support positive Behaviour for Learning. Students and parents can access the ePraise website via the link below and once logged into for the first time via a computer, access can also be achieved via the supporting all. This is highly recommended as the app enables students and parents to view the house points they have been awarded as well as headline summaries for each house, along with any negative behaviours and supporting interventions awarded; either B2 lunch detentions, B3 after school detentions or B3 after school catch ups for the non-completion of homework. In addition to these helpful features ePrasie also has details of the students timetable, personal study tasks and attendance headline figures enabling parents to have an overview of what students are doing in school and how they are engaging with the learning process.
In addition to these day to day functions our parents evening bookings are completed via ePraise with slots being booked with teachers via the app along with the supporting rooms if these events are held virtually via Microsoft Teams.
The ePraise app is available to download for both Android and iPhone operating systems and it is essential that all parents have access to the system and that they are engaged with this on a daily basis, claims of no homework or detentions can be easily checked!.
In addition to accessing ePraise, every parent receives a log-in to the My Child at School online system, which provides student information such as their timetable and live information on attendance. My Child at School also provides you with information on all progress checks following each assessment cycle.
My Child at School should be used alongside ePrasie to support both the academic and personal development of our students. Success is achieved by home and school, working together in partnership to support the learning process.
The links below will direct you to both eprasie and My Child at School websites and support guides