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Free Trial

We offer a FREE, unrestricted 14-day trial of mySchoolApp which is branded for your school. Simply fill in your details below and we’ll do the rest.

Parents and carers – if you’re looking for mySchoolApp set up instructions then click here

  • About Your School

  • Logo

  • If you have one available, please upload a high quality file of your school logo or crest. Recommended file types are as follows: .png, .jpg, .gif - If you’re in any doubt, send over what you have and we’ll do our best to sort things out.
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    Accepted file types: jpg, png, gif, pdf.
    • Other Details

    • Your EAL parents can choose to read app content in their choice of 80 languages.

     

    What does a free trial involve?

    We set up your school on mySchoolApp with your logo and colours and we’ll call to arrange a phone tutorial. During the tutorial, we’ll talk you through adding content to your app via our easy-to-use web portal.

    All the standard app features are active during the trial, so give them a try – send a push note (remember this is a no cost way of communicating with parents and so much more flexible than texting) or try submitting an absence notification, so you can see how your school and the parents will benefit. And remember with our trial there’s no commitment until you are ready to proceed.

    And what do we need from you?

    Just complete the form above. We’ll let you know when your trial is ready to start and arrange a phone tutorial to help kick things off.

    The best way parents and the SLT, will be able to judge if mySchoolApp will benefit the school is to have plenty of content on the app during the trial, so you’ll need to get busy with the admin portal, but that’s easy – and fun to see the results appear on your phone.

    So in the words of Andrew Carless, Deputy Head at Martins Wood Primary School “Why wouldn’t you give it a try? For us it was a no-brainer”.

    Why wouldn’t you give it a try? For us it was a no-brainer
    Andrew Carless, Deputy Head, Martins Wood Primary School