Whatever the current level of parental engagement in your school is today, brainy provides solutions that will help you initiate and control the parental engagement agenda, helping you work together to improve the student's success.
Keep parents updated – wherever they are
You are able to keep parents fully up-to-date with everything relating to their child’s school life, in a way that is convenient for them. The Parents' Integration is easy to use and accessible from a smartphone, tablet or PC. It lets you share information on attendance, behaviour and achievement, while a clear dashboard displays key information at a glance and parents with more than one child attending the same school can access information for all their children. If children attend different schools and all schools are using brainy, here's a single-signon for the parents.
Engage parents in the children’s school life
With brainy you can engage parents – in an instant. You can send messages relating to a pupil’s behaviour, unexplained absences, special educational needs and more, and parents can quickly reply. This two way communication engages parents in their child’s school life and helps to improve a school’s safeguarding arrangements.
Let brainy do the information
There are several report that parents can subscribe to, like daily extract of the class register or the grades. Subscriptions are send to the parents inbox - easily, automatically, reliable. The parents' dashboard contains the most important information about their child/children.
Do you know a software that can cover all languages?
brainy's user-interface holds at the moment 12 languages. All languages can be implemented, even dialects. Pure dialect speakers can so use the software in their own language. They even can switch between languages on-the-fly. This is important for many regions on the world:
- e.g. Europe, where you have more and more refugiees from Arabic counries. brainy holds High Arabic and Farsi (Persian)
- e.g. The Philippines, where you can use the regional languages Filipino, Cebuano, Illocano, Waray and others, but also the main foreign languages as Mandarin, Korean, Japanese, Spanish and Arabic (the last two already exist)