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Welcome to Launchpad Help Centre. 

Here, you can find helpful tips and tricks for making the most of Launchpad in your school.



What exactly is Launchpad?
Launchpad is a bookmark manager and landing page that everyone at school uses as their homepage. It has been designed specifically for education, with features and collaborative tools tailored to meet schools’ needs. With Launchpad, school leaders can build an individualised experience for students and staff members with curated app catalogues and links specifically assigned to each. 

The purpose of this Application is to provide a tool that encourages students to engage in digital learning with directed access to the internet. Launchpad was designed by teachers specifically for schools and includes features to support learning, such as:

  • Easily setup access to directed content to avoid distractions
  • Easily created customised access to regularly used Apps
  • Teacher created groups, allowing publication (and removal) of apps to selected members
  • School wide publication (and removal) or apps
  • Feedback information of engagement by group and members
  • And much, much more…


Already familiar with Launchpad?
Use the list of help topics to the left to navigate around the Help Centre and discover new ways to elevate your Launchpad experience. We hope you enjoy learning more about managing, creating and navigating within this unique digital learning platform.  


New to Launchpad?
Check out the videos below for a quick tour of Launchpad and an introduction to all it has to offer from an Admin, Teacher and Student point of view.

Still have questions? Our team can help. Get in touch.

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