The Just2easy Parent Portal allows parents/carers to have an over-the-shoulder view of their child's J2e account. More information on what the portal shows can be found in this article (click here)


Linking pupils to parents


To begin with you will need the parent/carer's email address. As a school you may also like to consider a parental acceptable usage policy (AUP), outlining expectations for the use of the Portal. 


To link a parent/carer, begin with opening J2dashboard on your J2launchpad:


Once in J2dashboard, select the "parents" tab, and use the drop down menu to select your class:



To invite the relevant parent/carer, click on the "invite parent" button and add the parent/carer's email address, then click "send invitation email":



An email will be sent to the parent/carer. Parents/carers will need to open the invitation email and create a Just2easy Parent Portal account. Once this has been done, their status will change to connected, and will show as below:




What can parents see through the Parent Portal?


Once connected, parents/carers will have an overview of their child's outstanding homework, unread messages and this weeks J2stars awarded. 

They will also have links to be able to check assigned homework, their child's MyFiles area and J2message. However, only messages that have been marked as "notify parents", and within their child's registration class discussion board will be visible to parents.


Parent view:


Removing parent/carer access


Parental access can be removed at any time. Simply click on the red "x" next to the parent/carer name. This will remove their access from that particular pupil account. 


Should the parent/carer account need to be re-linked, another invitation email can be sent to the same email address. Simply follow the steps above to reinstate access. 


Please note:  If you wish to completely remove a parent/carers access, be sure to remove access from all linked accounts (including siblings within school). This will need to be done on a child by child basis. E.g. if a parent has 3 children in different classes within school, access will need to be removed from each individual child. Removing the parent/carers access from one child will not restrict access to all linked accounts.