Parent's Evening appointments
Choose your own parents’ evening appointment times online
We have an online booking system for Parents’ Evenings and the next event is on Monday 18 March and Tuesday 19 March for all classes from P1 to P7.
PLEASE NOTE: You need to type this address into your website browser’s ‘address bar’. Do not try to ‘Google’ this website address, or use a ‘Search Engine’, as that will not work. This is a common mistake on phones and tablets especially.
Login to see which appointments are available and select one that is convenient for you.
You will need:
- Your child’s legal first name and legal surname
- Your child’s date of birth
- Your child’s register class
The system will be live from Friday 1 March and will be open to take your bookings until Midnight on Friday 15 March. You can only book for Parents’ Evenings during this time.
Troubleshooting Tips Please read before booking!
To login you need to enter the details we have on record for you and your child. If you have recently changed your title or surname, for example, and not informed us, we will be expecting you to login with the details we have on record.
The child’s date of birth has to be entered in exactly the right format e.g using four digits for the year of birth - 12/09/2009
The email address you enter is only used to receive a confirmation of your appointment. If the system gives you an error when you login, it will not be the email address that is the problem.
Don’t forget to scroll down past the first evening to see dates and times for the second evening.
If you have several children to make bookings for, use the ‘Change Child’ button on the blue bar (above the school’s name) in the very top left corner.
Parents Evening Pointers
Appointments last for only ten minutes and the teacher is probably seeing the parents of up to fifteen other pupils. A little bit of planning will help you make the most of this time.
Arrive in good time for the appointment you have been given so you are not rushing.
Prepare questions about any areas of concern. Ask if there are any problems, how problems will be tackled; is there anything you can do to help? Ask about behaviour and relationships with others, state your views about what the teacher says. Tell the teacher if you think something is going wrong or tell about the things which are going right.
If more time is needed, make an appointment to come back later.
Please remember to bring along any records of achievements so that these can be added to your child’s portfolio.