ParentMail is the original school-to-home communications provider now helping 4350 UK schools to communicate with 2.7 million parents via email and text messaging.
Our service also now includes a 'payment management service' (+Pay) permitting schools to manage all payments from parents, links with cashless catering providers for dinner money, and enables parents to easily pay online, in person or even over the telephone.
ParentMail has the foremost reputation for 'innovating rather than imitating' in this industry and continues to bring new and exciting services to the market.
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Built in attendance module for rapid texting of students not in attendance. Audit history 'per child' to enable easy viewing of the number of absences and corresponding message sent home.
One of the principal objectives of ParentMail is to reduce the amount of paper sent home to parents by replacing it with electronic alternatives. Our service also reduces the amount of photocopying, printing and postage.
ParentMail has been cited many times as a significant contributing factor in helping schools gain the prestigious green flag environmental award.
It is widely agreed that children do better at school when their parents are involved in their education. One of the principal way of achieving this is by ensuring parents are informed, at which ParentMail excels.
ParentMail generates financial savings of £2000 per annum for the average sized school (300 students) by reducing paper, printing, photocopying, postage and time.
In addition our +Pay module further reduces costs by streamlining the management of collecting payments from parents.
As a web-based product ParentMail provides ZERO overhead or impact on school networks and hardware.
I have been blown away by this company's commitment to service. They've been reactive and helpful at every turn and added functionality to their product in a matter of days.
We're using the new combined payment and communications product and it's brilliant. The office staff love it and have found it super intuitive (which is great for me because it requires less supporting :-)