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School commsLetters, Bulletins, Newsletters. First day absence follow-up. Cancelled after-school clubs. School trip running late. Emergency notification of school closures. These are just a few examples of the important messages that the school needs to send to parents quickly and easily.

Think about it - the whole world has gone digital - just about everyone has a mobile phone and an email account. Our innovative School Comms system is improving the way we communicate and engage with parents. With School Comms we can now provide a fast email and text messaging service to parents. We do realise that occasionally letters sometimes get lost or hidden at the bottom of a school bag.

You should have already received a letter from the Headteacher inviting you to participate in the scheme. A large percentage of parents have already signed up and are now receiving notifications from school electronically. By signing up to our new service, letters and important announcements can be delivered directly to your email account or text messages can be sent straight to your mobile phone.

If you have not received a letter of invitation, have mislaid it or are experiencing any difficulties with the system, please use our contact form and select School communications from the recipients list.

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