Here you can find out a bit more about how eparents came to be. Eparents is built by Epraise Limited, who also provide schools with the epraise.co.uk school rewards system. If you would like to know a bit more about the history of epraise then you can check the details here.

2015 - The big launch

We officially launched eparents at the BETT Show this year. We've got loads of exciting things planned, including many innovative new features that will released to schools throughout the year.

In 2015, we've improved staff and parent profiles and have loads of new updated coming soon.

2014 - A great idea reborn

Parent Messenger was reinvented as ‘eparents’ and the whole site was rebuilt from scratch. This added loads of new features, such as MIS and LDAP integration.

In 2014, eparents was first created, based on a previous system called 'parent messenger'.

2013 - Important statistics

We continued to improve and refine Parent Messenger to help support the school in improving their parental communications. New features such as more detailed statistical overviews and easier ways to export data were added.

In 2014, eparents was first created, based on a previous system called 'parent messenger'.

2012 - Research and development

Updates to the system continued to make it more practical and easy to use for parents and teachers. We focussed on allowing teachers to initiate conversations, as well as the best way to run the logistics of such a platform within school.

In 2014, eparents was first created, based on a previous system called 'parent messenger'.

2011 - The original platform

Our first parent-teacher communication platform, called Parent Messenger, began to be used by parents and teachers at a secondary school in Devon.

In 2014, eparents was first created, based on a previous system called 'parent messenger'.

2010 - The first ideas

The idea for building a parent-teacher communication platform came about after our Director (who was a full-time teacher at the time) experienced the problems with existing systems first hand at a school he was teaching at.