Classlist allows you to tap into the support of the school gate wherever you are. It’s an inclusive and secure way to communicate with all the parents at your child’s school, helping parents connect and be there for each other. Join your class group on Classlist today.
**Used by hundreds of thousands of parents, in over 2500 UK schools and 30 countries**
**Parents share information, exchange help and make family friends on our secure platform built for school communities**
**Recent award-winner at the world’s biggest education technology event**
- Can’t remember a mum or dad’s name? Look it up quickly on the contacts list.
- Need a copy of that lost homework sheet? Post to your class or year group to see if someone can help.
- Find a trusted recommendation. Ask other parents on the Marketplace.
- Meet up & make new friends. Organise a parent meetup or children’s playdate, even if you don't know everyone's contact details.
- Send free, secure messages to other parents via the app.
- Stay in control of your contact details. You decide exactly which contact details you wish to share.
- Send your own messages to parents. Your PTA can contact parents without having to bother the school office.
- Selling tickets for the quiz night? Send invites & tickets for events. Let parents know how they can help & take payment online.
- All the class groups in one place. Parents are automatically added to their class group when they sign up.
"Classlist is working really well for our PTA; the parents are on board, the platform is simple to use and all the brilliant features of Classlist have really breathed some new energy into our parent community” — Emily Price, Chair, Friends of St Mary's, Twickenham
A TRUSTED, SAFE COMMUNITY
Classlist provides a trusted & secure platform built for school communities. Every school has its own private site. Parents are verified before they can join. Entirely GDPR compliant & ICO certified.
“We are really liking Classlist. It’s different to social media because it’s well controlled.” —
Josephine Marsh, Head Teacher, St Joseph's Catholic Primary School, Chalfont, UK
Download the app to join your school’s Classlist site.
We love hearing from the parents who are using Classlist. If you need some help or would like to send us some feedback, email email@example.com.
Now it’s even easier to find parents in your child's class or year group on the contacts list, RSVP to community events and more. Make sure you update your app to get the best experience.
Here at Classlist HQ we are always working on improvements to the app, so check back each week to see what's new!
Are you loving Classlist? Don't forget to rate us in the App Store!
Ratings and Reviews
Great concept; mediocre execution
Classlist is a great principle. The app does offer excellent features allowing parents and teachers to communicate. Unfortunately the UI/UX is dreadful.
Starting off badly, there is no touch/Face ID option; it’s only been 5+ years since this was introduced on the iPhone 5S....
Of greater significance: The main notification feed uses ugly fonts (style and size), oppressive highlights and only shows a preview of posts rather than the whole text. Adverts litter the feed and the end result is that it almost unusable.
The Dev needs to resistance the UX, update the UI and offer an option to remove ads. This should be done before any additional features are even considered.
You’re doing a great thing with this app. A really useful platform.
Just thought I’d feed back a glitch we’re experiencing on iphone - the banner at the top is infringing on the page below (perhaps the school name is too long?), so if you try to select the top menu item, or anything else at the top of the page like ‘post’ you get the ‘apply for a new school’ prompt from the banner and it blocks whatever you are actually trying to select. I end up going landscape a lot to work round it.
Good luck with it all!
Very poorly coded - feels like an early beta
The concept is good but it just hasn’t been well tested. Perhaps it’s an iOS 11 issue, but the app icon permanently shows notifications, so logically you delve your way through the unintuitive menu system, hit the button (it’s text rather than a button), and it does nothing: the notifications remain stubbornly in place, as does the the red dot of irritation on the icon. I’ve closed the app and restarted the phone completely but no improvement.
In short, the app doesn’t feel ready for release yet. Devs, are you listening?
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.