Sims Parent and Student Apps

When your child joins Wellington Academy you will be sent registration details to access SIMS Parent. SIMS Parent provides secure online access to real-time school data. It is accessible either through the SIMS Parent App or SIMS Parent Online and provides the following information:

  • Easy access to real time attendance
  • Homework
  • Access to school reports (Coming Soon)
  • The ability to update contact details 
  • The chance to view the latest achievement data (House Points)
  • See your childs’s daily timetable

Our aim is to move to electronic reporting rather than printing reports on paper and SIMS Parent allows us to do this, saving the school a lot of money but also enabling us to develop a clearer reporting system with all the key information.

The SIMS Parent Registration and User Guides are below

SIMS Parent User Guide [PDF]
SIMS Parent Registration Guide [PDF]



This allows staff to set homework and includes an online homework diary.


It is important to note that whilst we work hard to ensure all registers are taken promptly, occasionally a register is not taken for a variety of reasons and this may take a period of time before the attendance is updated. If you have concerns when viewing SIMS Parent about whether your child is attending school do contact the school but the key points of the day are morning and afternoon.

Conduct / Achievement

House Points are updated at the end of each term.

There is a student version of the App for Years 7-13. These will be set up at school using their secure Wellington Academy email account. The student version has access to the timetable and homework only, and is accessible via the SIMS Student online portal and the SIMS student phone App. 

Students should use the App outside of the school day to check their homework and forthcoming lessons. Students are not permitted to use their phone during the school day. 

SIMS Student Registration Guide [PDF]

If you have any questions or would like access to SIMS parent please contact: