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What can our Homework Hub do for your school?

We brought forward the launch of our Homework Hub to help schools during the coronavirus pandemic. Parents and students can download and submit homework, as well as live chat with teachers. It’s already helped numerous schools through the pandemic, and would benefit your school too.

How to conduct a virtual job interview for your school

Coronavirus has put a lot of processes on hold, but interviewing candidates for new job roles still needs to be done. Using video conferencing tools like Zoom enables schools to interview and onboard new staff and teachers remotely.

How to use video marketing to showcase your school

Learn more about how video marketing can benefit your school with these helpful tips and advice.

The Parentapps features that can help schools social distance

Asking children, especially young children, to social distance is a tall order. We’ve compiled the ways our school app can help teachers, students and parents socially distance through the pandemic.

Coronavirus: what has the UK learnt from Denmark’s schools?

We’re sharing some of the strategies Denmark has implemented to ensure parents, teaching staff and pupils can be confident in the knowledge their school is fully prepared.

For teachers and parents: expert stress management tips

Schools are set to reopen soon and that’s causing increased anxiety and stress for teachers, parents and children. We’ve compiled some tips to help you de-stress through the coronavirus pandemic.

Important app updates from Parentapps

Check out the latest app updates and new services which have been designed to benefit your communication with both parents and children.

5 activities to keep your kids entertained during lockdown

Keeping the children entertained during lockdown can be tough. We’ve compiled 5 fun activities that your children will enjoy and you can easily set up at home.

How teachers are (admirably!) using video to engage students

Due to school closures, teachers have had to adapt swiftly to digital learning and we’re seeing the confidence of schools and headteachers grow through digital platforms and using video to not only engage but also educate their students.

Struggling with homeschooling? Some advice from parents

We’ve shared some advice from parents on how they are homeschooling their children and juggling working from home at the same time.

NEWS & BLOGS

Secondary School App

Secondary School App

A secondary school app is designed to give parents, teachers and pupils immediate access to information and resources. See how we can help.

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What parents need from your school now

What parents need from your school now

Your school is open but only to those children who have ‘key workers’ as parents or guardians. But what about all the parents at home left struggling to balance homeschooling with everyday life – a life that might include a full-time or part-time job?

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3 tips to help your child revise

3 tips to help your child revise

With SATs and GCSE exams fast approaching, after February half-term, the stress can feel overburdening for parents and children, alike. It can be hard to encourage your child to revise more consistently – particularly if you’re not sure how best to help them.

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How teachers can get children more active at school

How teachers can get children more active at school

As adults, we all know how important it is to keep active when at work – mainly if your job is sedentary. It was suggested by Office technology manufacturer, Fellowes that in just 20 years’ time, the average office worker could expect to have varicose veins, a hunched back from sitting all day and become overweight due to little movement!

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How a school app can help you amid the Coronavirus outbreak

How a school app can help you amid the Coronavirus outbreak

As of Monday 23 March, all UK schools have closed their doors to all children, except for those with parents who are key workers. Along with all non-essential shops and places including pubs, cafes and bars, schools have closed their doors in a bid to protect staff, pupils and parents from catching and spreading the Coronavirus disease – officially named COVID-19.

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How to beat headteacher burnout

How to beat headteacher burnout

Regardless of whether you’ve been a headteacher for 20 years or you’re just starting in your new role – burnout can affect anyone. With expectations and pressures rising, being a headteacher does not come without its challenges.

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