If your web browser has stored an old password, you may struggle to sign in with a new password.
Take a look at this video to see how to delete a saved password in a number of web browsers, or scroll down this page for step by step instructions.
In Chrome, click the three dots at the top right of the screen.
Click 'Settings', then 'Auto-fill', then 'Passwords'.
Choose Show Advanced settings.
Scroll down to 'Saved Passwords' and click on the three dots next to Twinkl to remove the password.
From the Safari menu click 'Preferences' then 'Passwords'.
Sign in then scroll through to find the Twinkl website and click on it.
Click 'Edit' and click 'Delete Password'.
In Edge, click on the three buttons at the top right of the screen.
Click 'Settings' then 'Passwords'.
Scroll down to 'Saved passwords' and click on the three dots next to Twinkl to delete the password.
In Firefox, click the Firefox button (or the 'Tools' button if you're using Windows XP).
Click 'Options' then choose 'Security'.
Scroll to find the 'Passwords' section and click 'Saved Passwords'.
Find and click Twinkl and click 'Remove'.
Finally click 'OK' to confirm your changes.
Launch Opera Browser on the computer.
Click on the Opera logo in the top left corner.
Choose 'Settings' and scroll down to 'Advanced Settings', then click 'Privacy and Security'.
Look for the 'Autofill' section, and click on the 'Passwords' tab.
Find Twinkl, click on the three dots next to it and click 'Remove'.
In Explorer, click the 'Tools' symbol in the top right hand corner.
Click 'Internet Options' and then click 'Content'.
In the 'Autocomplete' section click 'Settings'.
Click on 'Manage Passwords' and then on the 'Web Credentials Manager'.
Find Twinkl and click on the arrow to see the drop-down menu.
Once you have deleted the saved password, you can return to the Twinkl sign in page and enter your email address and new password.