NURSERY AND SCHOOL APPS

The rise of mobile technology and the increasing number of people using smart phones and tablets have prompted the development of mobile applications for a multitude of uses. It should come as no surprise then that to promote quick, convenient as well as harmonious school-parent communication a ‘School App’ has been devised.

The clear and timely sharing of information between schools and families is vital for efficient and cohesive education. By improving school to parent communication, school apps have a host of benefits for both parties.

For Parents

Provides parents with an easy way to know what is going on always.
Ensures parents always receive notes.
Reduces ‘bad parent days’ by reminding busy parents about upcoming school events.
Informs parents when and how adverse weather affects the establishment, avoiding frustration.
For Schools

Removes the financial and environmental cost of paper newsletters.
Notes are communicated securely by school staff to the parent via our mobile app, removing frustrations of notes being returned late or not at all.
Provides a convenient, easy-to-use and secure platform for payment of fees.
Frees up the time of school staff by reducing phone calls with repetitive and often unnecessary questions
Helps support and sustain a harmonious relationship with parents.
Finally school apps add prestige to any establishment as parents and students perceive the adoption of high technology as an investment in their child’s academic development.
You may also be pleased to know that, at your request we are capable of creating a free mobile app demo for your School. I have included a few demo screenshots of a popular local nursery to give you an idea of our capabilities. Contact us now to arrange your free no-obligation preview.

If you are experiencing school to parent communication issues in your nursery, request a free demo of an app built specifically for your school and discover the power of this simple, ‘in your pocket’ solution.

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Posted on November 13, 2013, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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