Dear Parent,

Summer reports will be posted out on Monday to arrive on Tuesday.  You will be able to access your child’s report from 12 noon on Monday June 29, online on VSware. The text you just received will have your login and there are links to instructions below on how to reset your password if you have forgotten it and how to use VSware. 

Also, if your child has left anything in school, books or belongings etc., please come in between 9:30am and 11am on Monday next, 29 June to retrieve the items.

I hope you have a really good summer,

Kind regards,
Adrian Power

 

 

What is VSware?

VSware is the school’s student management system. It allows management to organise timetables and class lists. It allows teachers to call class registers, enter grades and send texts to you among other things. As parents, the system allows you to view your child’s timetable, attendance and exam results from first year.

How do I log in to it?

To log in to the system you can follow the link on the home page of the school’s website. Clicking on the link below or copying it int o the address bar on your browser will also get you there.

bridgetowncollege.vsware.ie

You will have been texted a login at some stage that will give you access. If it is your first time logging on you will need to enter the login and click kthe Forgot Password link. This will allow you to create your own password. If you forget your password you will need to reset it yourself. The school does not have access to your password and cannot reset it for you.

Click here for a detailed guide on how to reset your password if you forget it.

How do I use it once I log in?

For a detailed video and written document on the features available to you, please click here.

Please note, the timetable is live so it can only be viewed on weeks where students are in school. Click on the date above the timetable screen on the left and pick a date in September. This will allow you to view the timetable. Also, English, Irish and Maths classes have been assigned at random and may be subject to change. Small adjustments to the timetable for the first week of school is also normal.