Users are expected to follow a code of conduct which is outlined below. For a fuller explanation of the behaviour guidelines members must adhere to, please see our Terms and Conditions. Our Code of Conduct can also be found in the app and on our platform here.
Classlist passionately wants to benefit schools and parents: we believe that the school community is one of the most important and useful communities in a parent or a child's life.
Classlist believes in the traditional concept of a community as a group people who help and look out for each other. We hope that Classlist members embrace this approach and behave in an inclusive and supportive manner towards each other. We will never share parents' information with advertisers. In turn, we expect members:
- to respect fellow members, which includes not using their contact details or Classlist for marketing or professional purposes.
- to be honest, authentic, and straightforward in all actions.
- not to share information from the platform/app without the author's permission.
- not to copy members' personal data from the site for marketing or any other purpose.
- to maintain the privacy and security of the site by creating a unique password and keeping this safe.
- not to use the platform to complain about the school or individuals connected with the school.
- not to use Classlist to promote their own business or service, unless through Classlist's paid advertising content. [This is available in some schools only.]
Moderators (your school site Ambassadors) can track and can act upon member reports, which are made via the 'Report This User' button, visible on every parent's profile.
Are you following the THINK guidelines for social media?
Lots of schools use the THINK guidelines to help pupils be kinder on Social Media - and we think they are useful for everyone.
Is it True?
Is it Helpful?
Is it Inspiring?
Is it Necessary?
Is it Kind?