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School Communications


Schoolcomms enables you to:

  • Directly contact us via text message, email or app message
  • Reply to messages that we send you via text message, email or app message
  • Receive information more reliably and promptly
  • Send reasons for absence via text message, email or app message
  • No need to rely on your child for delivery of letters
  • Receive paper letters if you don’t have email

If you would like to receive text messages from Pontypridd High School via SchoolsComm, please complete the form below and send it to Miss Nicola Pickens at pickensn@pontyhigh.co.uk.


Frequently Asked Questions


How will the emails get to me and what will they look like?
 

The emails will arrive in your inbox at your chosen email address just like any other email and will have "Pontypridd High School" in the ‘From’ box.

Will I get any advertising or SPAM? 

No, the contact details are not shared with anyone outside of the school. You will only receive messages from Schoolcomms that have been sent from us.

What if I change my email address or mobile phone number?
 

We use your details from our database. Please contact the school directly and inform us of any changes to your contact details using the form below.

Can I reply to emails or texts?
 

For emails, click on the reply button and send your message. Alternatively, your email may give a specific address to reply to in the body of the message.

For text messages, click on reply and send your message. You will only be charged your normal text message rate or it may be included in your free bundle.

Will I get a message for each of my children? 

If the message is identical, duplicates will be removed and you will only get one copy to any one email address or phone number. If the message is personalised and contains the name of your child, you will get one for each of your children concerned.

I do not wish to receive electronic communications. 

Contact us and ask us to flag your name as opted out. You will then only receive paper messages.