Keep it simple with our Parents’ Evening Booking System

Take the paper out of parents’ evening and keep things simple with our Parents’ Evening System.

Our online platform enables office teams to reduce time spent on admin tasks with a flexible scheduling assistant and online booking system.

With our free mobile school App, parents can book appointments to suit their busy schedules – ensuring your school receives a great response and can manage events effectively.

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How can we help you?

  • Parents’ Evening Manager syncs with your school’s MIS, enabling easy class and year group selection
  • Our event management platform enables staff to pre-set appointment and event durations, block out appointments and manage bookings with ease
  • With the event set up, staff simply send an invitation out to parents and watch appointments fly in – it’s that easy
  • Parents receive a notification when it’s time to book and select appointments to suit them – no more side-stepped appointments, pupil post or missing booking forms
  • With a few clicks, staff can view reports and download timetables of appointments
  • A time-saving tool that won’t break the bank, Parents’ Evening Manager is available from as little as £169

Total flexibility

Parents’ Evening Manager is designed to put total control into staff hands whilst providing parents with a convenient way of booking appointments to suit their busy schedules. 

Schools have the ability to provide parents with handy information in advance of the night, (such as location or classroom details). And, if it suits them, staff can also enable parents to leave comments with their bookings, allowing teachers to plan for appointments in advance.

Manual bookings can be made for parents without internet access. For parents who can’t make it on the night, Skype and phone calls can be scheduled into the parents evening booking system, so no parent misses out.

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