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Reports and QParents App

Reports will be emailed and posted on Friday 18th September.
This will be the last time that your child’s Academic Report will be printed. From Term 4, all reports will be emailed to parents. It is crucial that your email address is correct. In conjunction with this, Beenleigh State High School will be providing parents with access to a new, convenient, online parent portal called QParents.
The QParents web and mobile application provides an easier way for you to interact with our school. Parents will have secure, online access to their child’s student information, anytime, anywhere, through a smartphone, tablet or computer.
QParents allows parents to connect instantly with our school to access and manage their child’s student information, including:
  • Attendance and absence details, as well as the ability to notify the school of an absence
  • Behaviour details
  • Academic report cards
  • Class timetables
  • Viewing unpaid invoice details, payment history, and making payments online
  • Viewing and updating personal student details, including medical conditions and address
  • Enrolment details
QParents will assist both staff and parents in sharing and responding to information in an efficient and effective way. It won’t replace the traditional ways you communicate with our school, but it will provide another way to communicate with us!
The benefits of QParents
Convenience and time savings for parent
  • Parents can view or update their child’s details without having to contact the school.
  • Secure 24/7 online access.
  • Available anytime, anywhere — access QParents on your smart phone, tablet or computer.

Greater transparency of information

  • Improves accountability between parents and schools by providing parents with timely access to their child’s information online

  • Allows parents to engage more deeply in their child’s schooling.

Improved administration efficiencies for schools

  • Allows schools to streamline their administrative processes and cut down on printing.