Category Archives: Parents

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School Leavers Webinar

School Leavers Webinar

A fun & informative series of short 30 minute webinars to support you with the next steps of your career journey!

We understand everyone is facing challenges just now and your plans may have changed or seem unclear due to the current situation. We want to let you know we are still here to help and provide you with the career information and guidance you need for your future.

Join our advisers, Hilary & Erin for our first session on Tuesday 2nd June at 3pm as they take a look at:

– Acknowledging the current situation
– Looking at the positives
– What skills could come from this?
– Understanding how Skills Development Scotland can help you
– Learn about the future sessions we will be running
– Some actions & links to resources that you can do yourself
– You can also get involved through the poll questions and comments

Click the link to join – JOIN CAREERJAM SESSION 1

We hope you can join us!


Please click on this link for information on parentsportal will provide access to a suite of online services, initially including information about:

  • a child’s education such as the school calendar and events
  • access to your secondary child’s timetable
  • access to your child’s attendance
  • completion of the annual data check online.

It will allow you to update your own details as well as your linked child’s details at any time.

Further developments are planned for such as absence reporting and links to parents night booking systems.

On signing up to you’ll be able to link to your child and gain access to the services which are currently available. In order to link to your child the data you provide during the sign up process must match the data that your child’s school holds.

Login to Parents Portal

View common Parents Portal  frequently asked questions (FAQ’s)


Assistance for Parents

Following the tragic news last week a number of pupils understandably continue to be upset. We are aware that many parents are talking to their children about bereavement and loss at home. Please find some documents linked below provided by our Educational Psychologists that may be of some assistance in these discussions.


Bereavement in Childhood Leaflet Parent

Bereavement in Childhood Leaflet for Children and Young People

East Renfrewshire Community Approach to Supporting Bereavement