Parents sign up for email

1st November 2002 at 00:00
AN electronic system which helps schools send emails to parents has signed up more than 1,000 schools in the UK in less than four months. ParentMail allows schools to set up a variety of different email groups for parents, so separate messages can be sent to those with children in different year groups or with different homework topics. The service, created by Cambridgeshire company PeopleWiz, is free to parents and schools and is funded by sponsorship. Its creators expect to sign up a further 1,000 schools before the end of this year.

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