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GO 4 Schools

At QEGS we use to communicate with parents and carers. At any time, you can log in to access:

  • 香港马经论坛work 鈥 香港马经论坛work tasks due in the next 7 days
  • Attendance 鈥 Shown from the start of the academic year
  • Timetable 鈥 Your child鈥檚 daily and weekly timetable
  • Behaviour information 鈥 including QEGS Points awarded
  • Real-time assessment information 鈥揻or all subjects as they are updated throughout the year.

Go4schools Guidance For Parents/Carers

Students can also access with their school username and password, and we strongly encourage this.

To access Go 4 Schools there is guidance on using the website and the app, including logging on for the first time.

Mobile app quick start guide


Assessment and Reporting

At QEGS, students are expected to be able to answer two questions:

  • What can I do well?
  • What do I need to do to improve?

Feedback happens every lesson, including:

  • Do Now retrieval strategies at the start of every lesson, challenging students to review prior learning and consolidate knowledge
  • Assessment for learning or a learning check happens every lesson
  • Teachers use questioning to identify misconceptions and provide instantaneous feedback

Book/classwork checks are carried out at least once per term, looking at presentation and effort. You will see these as Blue, Green, Amber or Red behaviour events on GO 4 Schools.

Formal assessments are carried out a minimum of once per term, and these are used to update the predicted grades on Go 4 Schools.聽 Feedback is given, identifying strengths and next steps, and students are given time to act on the improvements.聽 Assessments can take many forms, including:

  • End of unit or end of topic tests
  • Exam questions
  • Online assessments
  • Presentation
  • Performance

We have formal assessment windows for each year group, and most subjects will carry out their assessments at that time, either in lesson or in the sports hall set up for exams. Each year group is given at least one opportunity to sit exams in the sports hall; this helps them to get used to the routines and reduce the stress of the examinations at the end of years 11 and 13.


Year groupFormal assessment windowsReports * Issued week commencingPCE dates (all Thursdays)Exams in hall
720/11/23 to 8/12/23 26/2/24 to 15/3/24 10/6/24 to 24/6/2418/12/23 25/3/23 8/7/2414/3/24CATS September
820/11/23 to 8/12/23 26/2/24 to 15/3/24 10/6/24 to 24/6/2418/12/23 25/3/23 8/7/248/2/24History and Geography in June
920/11/23 to 8/12/23 26/2/24 to 15/3/24 10/6/24 to 24/6/2418/12/23 25/3/23 8/7/2430/11/23English, maths and science in June
1020/11/23 to 8/12/23 26/2/24 to 15/3/24 10/6/24 to 17/6/24 (Summer Exams)18/12/23 25/3/23 8/7/2418/4/24Some of the summer exams (others will be in class)
116/11 to 17/11 (including core mocks in hall) 22/1/24 to 22/24 (Mock Exams)4/12/23 26/2/2418/1/24Core mock exams in November and full mocks in January
1219/2/24 to 1/3/24 (including some exams in common room) 3/6/24 to 21/6/2418/3/24 8/7/2421/3/24Summer mock exams **
139/10/23 to 27/10/23 15/1/24 to 26/1/24 (Mock exams)6/11/23 19/2/2422/2/24January mock exams**

* Although reports are issued on a specific date, the lates grades can be checked at any time in GO 4 Schools

** Mock examinations for Years 12 and 13 are held either in the sports hall or the sixth form common room

Reports will be issued via GO 4 Schools, but students will also be given printed copies of their reports in tutor-time and given guidance on interpreting the information on grades and attendance. Where reports are issued in the final week of a term, this may happen at the start of the next term.

Reports:

On each report you will see grades and 3Rs

Years 7 and 8

We use GCSE grades for grade estimates from years 7-11, but band these grades in Year 7 and 8, for example 3>5 or 6>8. We want our students to focus on making progress in every subject during key stage 3 rather a focus on single GCSE grades.

  • The Target is the grade band we expect they could achieve at the end of Year 11 and is based upon both an external target (from Fischer Family Trust, based on Key Stage 2 and/or CATS data).
  • The Prediction is the most likely grade band that we believe they would achieve based on current assessment data.

Years 9, 10 and 11

  • The Target is the grade we expect they could achieve at the end of Year 11 and is based upon both an external target (from Fischer Family Trust based on Key Stage 2 and/or CATS data).
  • The Prediction is the most likely grade that we believe they would achieve based on current assessment data.

Years 12 and 13

  • The Target is the grade we expect they could achieve at the end of Year 13 and is based upon their average GCSE score.
  • The Prediction is the most likely grade that we believe they would achieve based on current assessment data.
  • For Year 13 only, reports also include the UCAS Prediction which students use for university applications.

Overview of Terms Used in Reports

Report Key
Book CheckCommitment to learning and presentation
RespectfulStudents are polite, positive and patient.
Ready To AchieveStudents have high aspirations, participate in school life and show perseverance.
ResponsibleStudents are prepared, punctual and well-presented.
Book Check
BlueClasswork always shows commitment to learning and presentation
GreenClasswork mostly shows commitment to learning and presentation
AmberClasswork rarely shows commitment to learning and presentation
RedClasswork never shows commitment to learning and presentation
Respectful
1Your child is always polite, positive and patient - well done!
2Your child is polite, positive and patient most of the time.
3Sometimes your child is disrespectful and their behaviour disrupts learning.
4Your child’s disrespectful behaviour disrupts learning often - this is a cause for concern.
Ready To Achieve
1Your child has high aspirations, participates and perseveres all of the time - well done!
2Your child has high aspirations, participates and perseveres most of the time.
3There are times when your child does not try their best or they give up too easily.
4Your child’s lack of effort, participation or perseverance is a cause for concern.
Responsible
1Your child is always prepared, punctual and well-presented - well done!
2Your child is prepared, punctual and well-presented most of the time.
3Sometimes your child is unprepared, late to lessons or not wearing the correct uniform.
4Your child is often unprepared, late to lessons or not wearing the correct uniform.

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