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Is there a way I can create a group of parents per year group, for example, a group of only parents of Year 7 students?
 
Can’t think of a quick/easy way …
 

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Hi George,

I've spoken to @adamw and @tom about this and there's no quick way - however Tom told me he has done this for schools.  So the "easy" way is to contact the Service Desk and ask them to help you.  In most cases they'll want to pass you the Parent/Child export, but if you explain that you need groups in Frog, Tom tells me they'll assemble the CSV for you.

 

Graham

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Hi George,

Hope you're well. 

I have created a support ticket for this on our ticket system, therefore, I will respond to you via that channel. instead of on the forums for now, as I may need to divulge information relating to your school's Frog platform, that may not be sensible to put on the public forums. 

I Look forward to speaking with you regarding this. 

Many thanks,

Tom

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This would be really useful to us as well.... :D

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