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Reports


Go 4 Schools

School reports are now available via 'Go 4 Schools', our new online reporting service. Please find instructions for logging on in our guide below.

Passwords for the new service are generated by Go 4 Schools directly and sent to you by email. If you have not received your password, please check your junk/spam mail in the first instance.

FAQs & Support 

I have lost my password – what do I do?
Go to the Go 4 Schools website, click the ‘Parents’ icon and follow the ‘Forgotten your password’ instructions.

My email address is not recognised / I have changed my email address?
Only email addresses registered with the school are recognised by Go 4 Schools. If your email address is not recognised it means that we do not hold your email address on our system. In order to update your information please contact us via email at reports@furzeplatt.net.  If you have changed your email address, when you next log in to Go 4 Schools you will need to go through the first time user process again as outlined at the start of these guidance notes.

Who can access my child’s data on Go 4 Schools?
You, as the registered parent/carer, and school staff are the only people who can access your child’s progress data.

When and how often should I access Go 4 Schools?
Student information is available constantly so that you can access it when you wish. Student progress data is updated on a half termly basis, so as the school year progresses more academic information will become available. We will notify you as and when new reports are published.

Further Support

Should you have any problems accessing your child’s report please contact reports@furzeplatt.net. For any questions regarding your son or daughter’s progress please contact Mr Sheppard, Assistant Headteacher. 


Guidance on Grading 2016-17

Understanding the broad range of grades across Key Stage 3, GCSE and A Level can be a challenge. Parents will receive progress updates in line with our reporting programme and may also log in to our Go 4 Schools system to access progress information on their children.


Year 7

In Year 7, the following two types of grading are used:
1) Progress Grades – used to reflect whether your child is currently on track to achieve their GCSE target grade
2) Attitude to Learning grades – used to represent that attitude that your son / daughter is showing towards their learning, with a particular focus on effort, behaviour, home learning, organisation and attendance.


Years 8-13

In all other years, the following two types of grading are provided for each student in every subject:
1) Academic grades - used to reflect where your child currently is and where we think they can get to. Due to differing national requirements at each Key Stage, these grades vary from year group to year group.
2) Attitude to Learning grades – used to represent the attitude that your son / daughter is showing towards their learning, with a particular focus on effort, behaviour, home learning, organisation and attendance.

The guides below aim to provide you with simple details about what each grade means:

Guidance on Grading Year 7

Guidance on Grading Year 8

Guidance on Grading Year 9

Guidance on Grading Year 10

Guidance on Grading Year 11

Guidance on Grading Years 12/13


Report Schedule

Year 7 

Supporting Your Child’s Learning Evening September
Heads of House Evening October
Parents’ Evening March
Progress Reports December, March and July

Year 8 

Parents' Evening January ​
Options Evening February
Progress Reports December, January and July

Year 9 

Supporting Your Child's Learning Evening ​​​September
Parents' Evening April
Progress Reports December, March and July

Year 10 

Supporting Your Child’s Learning Evening September
Parents' Evening March
Progress Reports December, March and July

Year 11 

Supporting Your Child’s Learning Evening September

Parents' Evening

Exam Preparation and Revision Evening

October

March

Progress Reports October, December, February and March

Year 12 

Preparing to Succeed Evening September
Parents' Evening December
Progress Reports December, March and July

Year 13 

Preparing to Succeed Evening September
Parents' Evening November
Progress Reports October, December, February and March