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    Teacher2Parents / Behaviourwatch - poorly considered spam or incompetence?

    So once upon a time, our SLT investigated something called Behaviourwatch (.co.uk) that (according to whois) is run by Teacher2Parents. Didn't bother with it in the end.

    Every so often, they'll receive an email along these lines:

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    Sent: 07 November 2011 10:44
    To: OneOfOurTeachers
    Subject: BW - NotOurStudentName (Form)
    
    Praise Points
    Student:        NotOurStudentName (Form)
    Period:         Registration / Life Skills
    Staff:        NotOurStudentName (Form)
    Occured Date:   Thu 22 Sep 2011
    Subject:        PSE
    Location:       C10
    Description:    100% uniform since term has begun
    Commentary:     >> On Mon 07 Nov 2011 at 10:43 am SomeOtherName edited this slip:
    
    Incident
    Details:        Perserverence:
    Self Manager:
    Representing School Well:
    Verbal Praise:
    Text Message Home:
    
    Action
    Details:
    Points Gained/Lost:     5
    Letters:        None sent
    Is anyone else seeing these? The student / incident type / etc all varies. I'm hoping it's just an idiotic marketing campaign rather than a sign they're sending information to the wrong people.

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    Never heard of it. Maybe they signed up to an online demo and it's still kicking out emails when ever it's used. I've had a few demos that did that, because you often can go in as admin too.



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