SIMS Parent App / SLG
We are in the process of rolling out our new SIMS Parent App to parents of students in Y7 â€“ 10 and Y12. A letter was recently sent to parents via ParentMail. You can download a copy of this letter here.
If you have already registered for the new SIMS Parent App, click here to go to the login screen.
To download the SIMS Parent App on your device, choose the relevant App store;
If you are having any difficulties with the SIMS Parent website or app, you can find the user guide and FAQs here.
SLG will not be updated after September 2017. Please ensure you have followed the instructions in the Parent App Setup email to register for the new service. If you have not received the email, or the link has expired, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for a new activation email.
You can still access the old SLG website as usual; details are below.
To access the SIMS Learning Gateway, or SLG, please click on the appropriate link below:
The most up-to-date information about SLG will always be posted on this page – please check back as we add functionality over time.Â You can read the basic guidance sheet for Parents/Carers by clicking this link,Â particularly regarding how to access reports.
We have had a few enquiries from students asking for SLG passwords and usernames. Please note that SLGÂ accounts are forÂ parents / carers; we cannot provide login details to the students themselves.
If you’re having trouble accessing your daughter’s report, the basic steps you need to carry out are:
- Log in (and change your password if necessary)
- Click â€śMy Daughterâ€™s Dashboardâ€ť (on the left)
- Click â€śStudent Dashboardâ€ť (bottom, under the small image of your daughter)
- Click â€śView Reportsâ€ť
- ClickÂ on the relevant Academic Year
- Click the report you wish to read
If theÂ Student Dashboard reportsÂ “Information not available” – Capita advise clearing your browser’s historyÂ including cookies. Note that, depending on the browser, this may also include deleting any stored passwords you have for other sites. If you’re not happy about doing this, you could also try accessing SLG from another machine if one is available.