EduLink One is a mobile app for parents that accompanies Moodle, and can be used to access key information about your children and support their learning via your smartphone or tablet device. Instructions for use may be found here.
Moodle is our “web-based” virtual learning environment that gives students and parents access to learning resources as well as information about subjects and courses. Moodle also gives you online access to your child’s achievement and attendance information. It’s an easy way to keep track of your child’s progress and to help support their learning. Much of the information available is readily accessible via the Edulink One mobile app, including annual reports and progress reviews.
You can access Moodle by clicking on the logo. If you need to reset or request a password, please follow the reset instructions on screen. Your login details for Moodle and Edulink One are identical, you do not need a separate login for each portal.
Are you a parent or carer who is concerned about your child? Or perhaps you just want some hints and tips on parenting? MindEd for Families has online advice and information from trusted sources and will help you to understand and identify early issues and best support your child.
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Child Sexual Exploitation- keeping your children safeFamilies can visit www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents to access advice and support on how to keep children safe from sexual abuse, both online and off. Articles provide guidance on topics as diverse as: challenging harmful sexual attitudes and promoting positive behaviours; helping a child with autism negotiate life online; supporting a child who has been sexually abused; and dealing with a range of online issues such as sending nude selfies and viewing pornography. Users will find films, downloadable guides and useful links to support organisations.
Take action. Discuss your concerns with someone you trust, for example a friend, partner or your child’s school. You can also talk to a professional at the NSPC
Families can also use the website to access the CEOP Safety Centre (www.ceop.police.uk/safety-centre) where they can report abuse and exploitation direct to CEOP.