EduLink One 4+

Overnet Data

Designed for iPad

    • Free



Edulink One is a powerful new whole school solution designed for teachers, parents and students to effectively collaborate in a user-friendly mobile and web app. It reduces administration and improves engagement and student outcomes.

At their fingertips, teachers can take registration and complete marksheets and behaviour. All users have access to messaging (via text, email or push notification), attendance, timetables, achievement, behaviour, homework, exams, student reports, medical and contact information, and more - all configurable to accommodate your school's needs.

Manage and book parents' evenings, view cashless catering balances, share resources and collect information using forms.

What’s New

Version 1.1.90

To make our app even better, we bring updates to the App Store regularly.
Every update includes improvements to speed, reliability and usability.

This release includes:
Ability to create a learner group containing leavers.
Show ULNs on student info.
Show full period name on timetable.

Ratings and Reviews

1.5 out of 5
4.4K Ratings

4.4K Ratings

CrowboroughChristian ,

Good App but to Slow!

The app was a great idea and it really helps me keep on top of all my homework especially in quarantine. The links feature is really useful so i can find exactly what i need to be doing when I need to be doing it. However the amount it crashes is so annoying at the beginning of lessons or just after school it is almost pointless to even try to use the app. At the moment it crashes so often that I have to try to wake up early and memorise what I need so I can use it later while it is crashed. All together it is a great app but there are just too many bugs and it is SO SLOW. If I could I would give it a 2.5 star rating but I can’t so it’s gonna have to be a 3.

SimonWHam ,

Should be great. Isn’t.

Parents evening booking function doesn’t appear in web browser so has to be done through app; it’s like that game where you pair cards from face down. I spent 15 minutes trying to match subjects with free slots and still couldn’t get a full house.
Furthermore, it doesn’t add the appointments to the calendar that I can see, so I presume my son doesn’t know what is booked. And all I can do is print them. From an app. In my phone. I may as well have got the school to write them on a piece of paper....
The other functions are nonsensical; the behaviour sector is seemingly arbitrary pie charts of the sort statisticians in the public sector are so fond but are in reality, utterly pointless.
And the other sections seem to be blank or inaccessible, contrary to their function in the web browser.
So, in common with pretty much every other absolutely rubbish app designed for state schools, this is toss and I’ll be requesting that no critical information be shared via such a cruddy system.
It’s almost like the developers are young computer nerds with zero idea of what a parent wants from something like this, and are not parents...

Also, in their wisdom, the app has replaced the paper planner books the kids had. Great idea. Except they’re not allowed their phones in school....? Who comes up with this stuff????? 🤦🏻‍♂️

Syed Khairi ,

Laggy - looks fancy UI but poor UX

The app is literally the web version. Doesn’t take advantage of what an actual native app can do.
- All the animations are a waste of time, rather have a loading wheel.
- App logs out every single time which is annoying - instead they should’ve add an option to change time limit before logging out after inactivity, or using a passcode or making use of the Face ID or Touch ID.
- Scrolling for registers still doesn’t work. Such a waste of space around everything. Imagine I run this app on a 12inch iPad Pro and the app should’ve take advantage of the size of the screen and display more information rather than having to scroll and multiple taps to get things done on the fly.
- The only good thing is they sync with SIMS so can access most things on mobile.

This app needs to be native especially with all the powerful things iPhone/iPads can do these days. I still run SIMS on my iPad using Remote Desktop as I get annoyed using this sometimes.

App Privacy

The developer, Overnet Data, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Identifiers
  • Diagnostics

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