We’re here to support you – wherever you teach. You can find advice and tools below to help you and your students should your school be affected by Coronavirus.
Are you an administrator? Visit our dedicated administrator support pages.
Adding students and creating teaching groups
Speak to your administrator about adding students to Kerboodle. Administrator details can be found once logged in. Once students have been added you can create your classes.
Sharing login details and resetting passwords
Create student slips and parent letters to share login details. You can also reset individual students’ passwords through User Management tab.
Not all of your colleagues on Kerboodle? Send them an invite and give them access to Kerboodle.
Assessment and resources
Easily assign single and multiple assignments to students and teaching groups in Kerboodle and then review progress in the Markbook.
Sharing content and adding your own resources
Create links to resources you can share on your VLE or even add your resources to Kerboodle.
A fresh new look
We have a put together a dedicated guide to the recent changes on Kerboodle.
Course specific advice and tools to help you get the most of your subscription.
We run a selection of webinars covering all topics. View our on-demand and live webinars. We also have webinars dedicated to Administrators.
Find quick hints and tips on our YouTube channel.
Book a support call
Book a call with a member of our team at no extra cost.
Ensure that you have all the necessary tools and settings to access the Kerboodle website .
See how other teachers are using Kerboodle, share your thoughts and stay up to date on Facebook.
Need more support?
We’re here to support you – wherever you teach, wherever you learn. If you need further assistance, you can book one-to one-training with a member of our team at no extra cost, available virtually.
Government data allowance scheme
We want to make you are aware that the government currently have support to increase data allowances on mobile devices to support disadvantaged children. More information can be found here.