At Exeter College we know that keeping parents and guardians updated on progress is key to ensuring that our learners thrive and succeed with us.
If you’re a parent or guardian of a young person currently studying with us, you can register for our Parent Portal – an online space where parents and guardians can track the progress of their young person at college. You will be able to see what course(s) your young person is enrolled on, along with attendance data, timetables, progress reports and tutor contact information.
At the beginning of the year we send parents and guardians a letter inviting them to register for our Parent Portal. Once you have entered your details to create your account, you will then be able to link yourself to your young person(s) and complete your registration using the three pieces of information below.
You’ll need these three things to link your account.
Your unique Parent Portal reference number
You can find this on your personalised letter (these are sent out at the beginning of the year to the learners address). If you have lost your letter, or if you are a listed next of kin that lives at another address to the learner, you can still register using the date of birth and student reference number.
Your young person’s date of birth
You’ll need this to verify the identity of your young person.
Your young person’s student reference number
You can find this on their college ID (it will start 9900).
If you have lost your letter, or if you are a listed next of kin that lives at another address to the learner, you can still register using the date of birth and student reference number. (Please note, where you do not have the parent portal reference number it may take a day or two for the account to be activated).
We hope that you find the Parent Portal a useful and convenient way of accessing information about your young person’s progress throughout the year.
For further support using the Parent Portal you can contact the Parent Portal team by email at ParentPortal@exe-coll.ac.uk or phone 01392 400928.
For further useful information for parents, including dates for Parents Progress Evenings, please visit the Parents page here.