Trusted by more than schools, ECCs and 250,000 parents across New Zealand
"...we used your system twice yesterday [November 2016 earthquake] – each time I used the app on my phone and it was so simple and effective. I am included in the text message and received it within a minute of me pressing proceed! Then I could concentrate on other matters knowing that no children would turn up at school (hopefully – and none did). Thanks again – the system was a great success for Northland School and its community."
Jeremy Edwards, Principal
Northland School (Wellington), Te Kura o Orangi Kaupapa
"Just wanted to say thank you for such a fabulous system. As a Wellington based school we found School-links an invaluable tool last week with earthquakes, floods and many parents enquiring about school closures etc. We have had great feedback from parents about how the communications from our school were excellent last week, and that they knew exactly what was going on here."
Megan Chisholm, Office Admin
Quick School-links Overview
What can School-links do for you?
Using the Web or a Smartphone you can send alerts and updates to parents and caregivers, all staff and students at the click of a button. The Emergency App means you can stay in touch even when the power is down. Everyone is in the loop.
Never again spend hours on the phone contacting parents for explanations of unreported absences. Just send a text or email at the click of a button to all caregivers concerned and wait for the responses to be delivered direct to the SMS.
Upon receipt of the school rolls, administrators can send text or email alerts at the click of a button and receive responses direct into the SMS. School and parents can quickly become aware of a student disappearance and take action.
What schools say about School-links
“I sat down on a Saturday morning and sent out one bulk text to all the parents I wanted to see and within a few minutes I had 10 parents who had replied to me.”
Doug Ewing, Deputy Principal
Wanganui City College
“We had a really big earthquake... I put a message out straight away to say everyone was safe and I am inundated with replies from parents to say how they so much appreciated it.”
Viv Mills, Principal's Secretary
“Parent-Teacher evenings are a joy to organise. The parents LOVE being able to book their own appointments online.”
Kate Fuller, Director e-Learning
In December 2016 Gisborne lost power for two days after a plane crashed into major power lines for the town. 40,000 people were left without electricity and sharing updates and news with each other became difficult.