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Parent Access

Please use the links below to access parent/student resources:

Edulink SCO Pay - Cashless catering and Trips

Satchel:One Parent Login

Edulink Logins

The school code is: arch

Your Edulink login will be emailed to you from edulink@archwayschool.net please check spam/junk folders if you didn't receive one.

Your username starts with p_ followed by your first initial and your surname. For example Joe Bloggs would be p_jbloggs. On occasion it may be p_jbloggs2 if your login conflicts with another, for example if both parents names start with the same letter, one of you will end in 2. 

You will be required to set your own password by using the password reset link in the original Edulink email.

If you forget your password, or haven't received one yet, you can click on "reset login" on the Edulink login page, or by going here: EduLink One Password Reset and entering the email you provided the school when your child joined.

Any issues logging in to Edulink, or if you haven't been sent the introductory email, please email ArchwayITHelpdesk@archwayschool.net and a member of the team will get an Edulink email sent out to you.

Meet the Tutor / Parents Evenings

Please use Edulink to book a parents evening or meet the tutor appointment. 

Any issues with appointments please email admin@archwayschool.net 

Edulink and parents of more than one student:

You will only need one login to view all of your children at the school.

If you receive multiple logins to Edulink, each for a different child, please let us know so we can amalgamate them together. 

If you have children at other schools that use Edulink, you will be required to login individually for each school.

Students and Multi Factor Authentication / 2FA / MFA

All students are required to use Multi Factor Authentication when logging in from home from Year 8 onwards.

When logging in outside of school for the first time, students will be asked to enrol in MFA. This can either be by providing their mobile number, to receive an SMS message from Microsoft, or via the means of an authenticator app. 

If SMS message is chosen, their mobile number isn't used for any other purposes by any third parties. An automated Microsoft system will send a message on all successful login attempts comprising of a random 6 digit code which acts as a second factor of authentication after the students password. These codes are only valid for 15 minutes.

Alternatively if you don't wish to provide a mobile number, an app such as Microsoft Authenticator, Google Authenticator, or similar app can be used. Simply follow the on screen instructions to enrol via this method. Any phone or tablet device can install these authenticator apps. The app will generate a 6 digit code which changes every 30 seconds.