Keep hAPPy at Broadbeach State School
QParents and QSchools apps connect instantly with our school and manages your child's student information, access the latest news and calendar of events.
- Attendance and absence details
- Notify the school of an absence
- Academic report cards
- View invoice details
- Payments online
- View and update personal student details
Please contact Wendy Cousins on email@example.com
to arrange a meeting time at administration.
QParents provides secure real time access to central information about your student, through internet or your mobile phone. Click on the below link for more information.
QParents Introduction Video
QParents Registration Guide
Would you like to:
View all report cards
Update unexplained absences
Send future absences
View summary of student behaviour
View and pay invoices
Learn more about QParents
Over time, QParents will become an integral part of how we communicate with parents. Get on board now to enjoy the ease and convenience that QParents offers.
What is it? QParents
Attendance and absence details, as well as the ability to notify the school of an absence
Academic report cards
Viewing unpaid invoice details, payment history and making payments online (to be implemented at a later date)
Viewing and updating personal student details, including medical conditions and address
QParents will assist both staff and parents in sharing and responding to information in an efficient and effective way. It will not replace the traditional ways you communicate with our school, but will provide another way to communicate with us.
Convenience and time savings for parents
Parents can view or update their child's details without having to contact the school
Secure 24/7 online access
Available anytime, anywhere - access QParents on your smart phone, tablet or computer
Better transparency of information
Who can access my child's information?
The school will nominate one parent or legal guardian for each student to be the QParents Account Owner (QPAO). The QPAO will be able to register for QParents to access and manage the student's information online. The student's QPAO will view the student's information and submit requests to update some of the student's details.
The QPAO will also be able to invite other people (such as another parent or family member) to view the student's information. Once invited, these people can register for QParents as "delegated viewers". A delegated viewer can see the student's details, but cannot make updates.
How do I register?
Parents will receive an invitation email or letter from us containing a unique invitation code in Week 1, Term 1. Simply follow the instructions in that email or letter to complete the QParents account registration process.
If you do not wish to register, you can ignore the invitation and your child's student information will not be available to anyone through QParents. Or, if you wish for another parent to be the QPAO, you can advise us and we will send them an invitation email or letter with their own unique invitation code.
When registering as a QPAO, you will need to verify 100 points of identity documents online. The 100 points can be made up of documents in the following list:
Australian Passport 50 pts
Australian Birth Certificate 50 pts
Australian Drivers License 50 pts
Australian Marriage Certificate 40 pts
Australian Citizenship Certificate 40 pts
Medicare Card 20 pts
If you only have 60-90 points of the above ID documents you can still register for QParents but you will need to attend the school for an additional check after you have registered online.
If you don't have sufficient documents, you might like to nominate another parent as the QPAO.
Where does the information about my child come from?
All the information that is presented in QParents comes from the IT system that is used by all Queensland state schools. Schools will continue to manage student information in this system, and the information will be extracted and presented in QParents.
Will my child's information be secure?
Yes, QParents is a secure portal that meets strict industry standards. Only people with the right to access information about their child will be given an account.
You can call 13QGOV (13 74 68) and talk to an operator or visit the QParents website.