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EduLink One

At Mulberry School for Girls we use EduLink One as our chosen parent/carer communication tool to help us share important information about your daughter/s. It is the school’s main method of home-school communication.

EduLink One is a free app that allows our parents/carers to access a range of information about their daughter/s in one place. As we develop our use of the app, the information will include:

  •     Achievement records
  •     Progress and curriculum data
  •     Attendance records
  •     Behaviour updates
  •     A copy of your daughter/s timetable.
  •     Appointment bookings (e.g. parents’ evenings)

All parents/carers should download the app. Search for Edulink One from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store and install the app to a mobile device – you can have it on multiple devices if you wish. For security, the app requires an individual parent login username and password. You can also access EduLink One through a web browser at www.edulinkone.com.

If you have more than one daughter at the school, you will only have one account and all of your children will be visible through this.

If you have any questions please do contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call us on 020 7790 6327 and we will do all that we can to help.

Please find some helpful training videos below.

English


Welcome to EduLink One

Achievement

Notice Board


Bengali


Introduction

Achievement

Notice Board


Somali


Introduction

Achievement

Notice Board

Covid-19 Information

Home Testing Information

About 1 in 3 people with coronavirus do not have symptoms but can still pass it on to others. Regular testing of people without symptoms is important to help stop the virus spreading in our community.

Students have taken 3 tests in school since their return on 8th March 2021. They are now being provided with Home Self-Test Kits.

It is recommended for students to take 2 tests per week, 3 to 5 days apart. Self-testing is not compulsory and your daughter will still be able to attend school if you decide not to test her at home.

If your daughter tests positive with a Lateral Flow Test taken at home, the NHS recommends you confirm the result with a PCR test. Your daughter must self isolate during this time. If the PCR test comes back negative she is free to resume normal activities.

Book a PCR test

The tests provided by school are for students only. If you want additional home self-test kits, they are available from NHS Test Centres

Order home self-test kits here

How to do a Covid-19 self test