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Australian platform helps schools in 19 countries place teacher-parent communication as a top priority

Parents who want to be fully involved in their child’s schooling are actually missing important milestones and events due to inefficient communication. The Courier Mail previously reported that more than 50 per cent of parents rely solely on their child to tell them about important dates, eve.....Read More



New national resource is a world first in education for students with disability

Schoolzine is excited to be associated with The Australian Special Education Principals Association (ASEPA) who has launched a world first web-resource to boost the education sectors’ capacity to support students with a disability. Working in collaboration with school leaders across Australia.....Read More



Schoolzine brings global digital newsletter trend to the UK, appoints local woman as UK & Ireland CEO

One of the fastest growing digital school service providers worldwide, Schoolzine, has arrived in the United Kingdom, appointing UK-born businesswoman Emily Halderthay as its UK & Ireland CEO. A leader in digital school communication for almost 10 years, Schoolzine started in Australia, w.....Read More



Sunshine Coast (Queensland) EdTech company announces new UK & Ireland CEO as they continue international expansion

A Sunshine Coast digital newsletter company is continuing its international expansion with the establishment of a base in the UK this week. A leader in digital school communication, Schoolzine’s services include eNewsletters with unlimited content, school websites, and a mobile school app. .....Read More



Workshop initiative to solve schools communication crisis

The nature of technology is constantly changing, with the speed of communication presenting new challenges for schools. Schools are grappling with the complex nature of communication in the 21st century, amongst recent hoax bomb threats, social media, and privacy issues. To address this growi.....Read More



Varsity College Joins Digital Newsletter Trend

Varsity College, one of the largest schools in Queensland with more than 3000 students, is excited to join Schoolzine as their 400th school. Schoolzine, who has recently been awarded an SOA 63239 Standing Offer Arrangement by Education Queensland, is a fast growing digital school service pr.....Read More



Schoolzine Awarded Education Queensland SOA

Queensland Schoolzine, one of the fastest growing digital school service providers has been awarded a standing offer arrangement (SOA) by Education Queensland. Using Schoolzine’s platform will help schools bridge the digital divide between them and their community to ultimately provide bet.....Read More



Schoolzine Settles into Coast’s Smart City

Australia Local start-up company Schoolzine (, one of the fastest growing digital school service providers, recently moved from the Innovation Centre’s business incubator to larger premises in Maroochydore’s “Smart City”. Settled into their office via School Road,.....Read More



Over 25,000 School eNewsletters Built by Schoolzine

Australia One of the fastest growing eNewsletter platforms used by hundreds of schools across Australia and New Zealand, Schoolzine, is celebrating their milestone achievements at the Innovation Centre Sunshine Coast on Monday 31 August. The Schoolzine Celebration invites past, present and.....Read More



Australian Edtech company hires new CDO & launches into New Zealand

Australia Queensland company Schoolzine, one of Australia’s fastest growing eNewsletter platforms, announced the appointment of new Chief Digital Officer (CDO) Craig Josic, and its expansion into New Zealand at EduTECH, the southern hemisphere’s largest annual educational technology conferenc.....Read More