Quick Links for Parents
The SIMS Parent gives you access to information about your child/ren, including attendance, timetable, conduct, reports, calendar information and homework. Full details on the registration process for SIMS Parent is available on the Capita SIMS Parent Registration Page.
Once you have registered your account you can access SIMS Parent via an Internet Browser on your computer (www.sims-parent.co.uk) or by downloading the SIMS Parent App from the Apple or Google Store on your smart device.
Detailed help on using SIMS Parent is available from the Capita SIMS Parent Help Page.
We are introducing a new method of signing up to extra-curricular activities, be these trips, clubs or fixtures. This new facility is called SIMS Activities. If you have already registered for SIMS Parent you can access Activities using the same login details here SIMS Activities. Please note that there is no link directly to Activities currently from within the parent app.
If you have not yet registered for SIMS Parent then please contact the school and request a new invitation code.
Further information is available here: SIMS Activities Help Document.
SIMS Pay is a tool for making payments to the school to pay for Food and Trips. You will receive an invitation containing an activation code from the school via the email address the school holds for you to create a login for SIMS Pay. You can then register an account using an existing Google or Microsoft email address using the activation code we have sent you. Activation codes will expire 28 days after they are issued. Once you have an account you can login via the Capita SIMS Pay Login Page.
Parents' Evening System
Use Parents' Evening System to book appointments with your child's teachers. We will let you know when a Parents' Evening is scheduled for your children and you can login via the Parents' Evening Login Page.
Sickness/Absence via Studybugs
You can use Studybugs to inform the school about your child being absent from school for medical reasons and you will need to register an account on their site (studybugs.com/about/parents). Alternatively you can leave a message with the school by telephoning 01273 206874 or by sending a text message to 07860 055 853.
Systems for Students
SIMS Student allows students to see the homework tasks set for them by their Teacher. Access is given in a similar way to the SIMS Parent application and students are sent an invitation to sign up using their school G-mail account.
If a student hasn't received the invitation or it has expired they should contact Network Services to request a new one.
During the registration process, students should choose to register/log in with Google and then use their school Google account (see Google G Suite section below for more details).
Once the student has registered, they can access SIMS Student on any device with a web browser or they can download the SIMS Student app for use with Apple or Android devices.
Google G Suite
Google provide various systems that are used in school. You can find a number of these by clicking on the link above. If prompted to log in to their Google account, students should use their school email address, which takes the form firstname.lastname@example.org and the password they use to log in to Chromebooks or computers in school. See example below.
Students use GMail for their school email. If prompted to log in to Google, students should use their school email address, which takes the form email@example.com and the password they use to log in to Chromebooks or computers in school. See Google G Suite section above.
Google Classroom is used during some lessons to share resources and to set assignments. Teachers will let students know if that is the case for a particular lesson. To access Google Classroom click on the link above. If prompted to log in to Google, students should use their school email address, which takes the form firstname.lastname@example.org and the password they use to log in to Chromebooks or computers in school. See Google G Suite section above.
Homework Resources for Students
Homework set for students may refer to the Homework Resources Google Drive. This is accessed here. If prompted to log in to Google, students should use their school email address, which takes the form email@example.com and the password they use to log in to Chromebooks or computers in school. See Google G Suite section above.
Blatchington Mill has a bespoke rewards scheme for good behaviour and results which is delivered via a system called Passport. Teachers generate points in Passport for good progress and behaviour and Students spend those points on a variety of items available on Passport.
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