My Child's Progress

My Child's Progress

To monitor / track your child’s progress we are using an online system provided by Go4Schools ( Using this website you will be able to see the 'Challenge Pathway' (estimated projection pathway for GCSE target grade ranges) and the 'Current Pathway' (based on current progress/attitude/work) - for years 7 to 10. Years 11 to 13 use a Minimum Target Grade and Teacher Prediction to monitor progress.

Following an extensive review to how we record assessments (and the removal of levels at KS3) we will be introducing a much simplified way of recording assessments based on 'Pathway Objective Grids'. Further details on this will be given to parents and students in September.

You will also be able access any written reports for your child (prior to the academic year 2017-2018) on Go4Schools along with any other assessment data we have (e.g. KS2 results, CATs scores or any actual results).

In addition, parents are offered a parent consultation evening once per year. Dates are available on the diary dates page, further information regarding parents' evenings is sent to parents a few weeks prior to each evening.

Parents' frequently asked questions

How do I log on to Go4Schools?

We have created a simple ‘how to log on’ guide for first time users. To read this click here.

What do I do if I have forgotten my password on Go4Schools?

On the Go4Schools website, go to the parent log in page and use the ‘Forgotten your password?’ section near the bottom of the page to get a new password sent to your email address registered with the school.

What are the ‘minimum target’ and ‘teacher prediction’?

To explain how we have decided to use Go4Schools to help students and parents understand each section on the student page on Go4Schools we have created a ‘Parent FAQ’ document explaining each section. To read this, please click here.

Can my child also access their assessment data and reports on Go4Schools?

Yes, all students can log on to Go4Schools from any computer on the school network using the automatic logon link. Outside school, or on a smartphone or tablet, they just need to go to the website, go to the ‘students’ page and click first time user log on and use their school email address. The password will then be sent to their school email. Once they have this they can then log in using the normal logon on the students page.