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How do I link my parent email to my child's school account?
How do I link my parent email to my child's school account?

Linking a parent email to a child's school account

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Written by Jo Kiddell
Updated over a week ago

Linking your parent email to your child's school account is really important (and really easy!) to do. By linking your parent email you will be able to monitor your child's progress on the free DoodleConnect app or on the Parent Dashboard. This will help ensure that you make the most out of your child's subscription to Doodle!


In app

  1. Ask your child to open up their Doodle app and login with the username and password as provided by their school - if you're not sure what these are, please contact the school directly rather than creating a new account for them.

  2. From the Learning Zone click on the menu in the top left hand corner

  3. Select Settings from the menu

  4. Select Parent details along the top

  5. Please complete the parental security gate by entering the numbers shown

  6. If you're new to Doodle please click on Create parent account. If you already have a Doodle account (perhaps because you already have another child using Doodle, or have used Doodle in the past), click on Link existing account

  7. Then follow the steps by inputting your details to link your parent email to your child's account


Via the Parent Dashboard

  1. If you're new to Doodle click on Create account and follow these steps to firstly create your parent account and then login to the Parent Dashboard. If you already have a parent account, simple login to the Parent Dashboard

  2. Once logged in, hover over My Account and select Child Details

  3. Click on Link to my child's school account and enter your child's username and password


๐Ÿ’ก Need more help? Feel free to contact our lovely customer support team by using the chat bubble in the bottom right corner of the screen, they will be happy to help!


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