Sharing and Celebrating Learning

LINC-ED is our online reporting system that allows students and teachers to share learning anytime, anywhere and this can be viewed on any device.

Teachers are continually assessing student learning through daily conversations, marking of books, formal testing, observation and so on, to determine next step learning. Your child’s current achievement, next steps and learning progress are shared with you in real time through Linc Ed. We believe that a strong home-school partnership is vital in supporting achievement for our learners. Linc Ed is designed to strengthen this partnership by providing parents with more regular, relevant and up to date learning information.

The system is designed to build year on year so that over time you will have access to comments, assessments, images, video and helpful resources all in one place.

Current parents with existing accounts can log in here:

How do I access my child's Linc-Ed page?

Step 1

If you haven’t got a Linc-Ed account, please click on this button.

Step 2

Your username is the email address that you have previously shared with the school.
Enter your email and then click Get New Password.

Step 3

An email will be sent to you containing a link for you to click on. The link will take you to a page where you will see your new password. If you choose to personalise this, you can delete the generated password and enter your own strong, secure password.

Step 4

We will be using this to share notices with you and later in the year you can enjoy reading, viewing and listening to your child/children’s learning

Feel free to check out this News Hub.

You can also create Linc Ed as an APP on your phone for quick and easy access to your child’s learning. Simply follow the instructions below.

This video is about Getting Set Up with Linc Ed.

This video is about Interpreting your child's achievement in Linc Ed.
This video is about Linc Ed and NZ and College Street Curriculum Expectations.
This video is about Celebrating and Sharing Learning through Linc Ed.

This video is about Printing Learning and Achievement.