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ICT Leadership & Management Solutions
 

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"GO 4 Schools is a sustainable tool that due to its benefits does not require too much school-based expertise."
Deputy Headteacher, Suffolk New Academy, Suffolk
"GO 4 Schools has made my job at least 30-40% easier. I can access information about a student, group or department at a click of a button."
Principal, Neale-Wade Academy, Cambridgeshire

Pricing

GO 4 Schools is supplied as a managed service which is charged annually.

There is a basic price for the GO 4 Schools Starter Version to which you can choose to add modules from the list below:

The annual price depends on the size of your school and the modules you have subscribed to. Discounts are available for 2 or 3 year subscriptions and for Federations and Academy Trusts, where two or more schools take delivery of GO 4 Schools at the same time.

As an indication, prices range from £1,195 + VAT p.a. for the Starter Version.

Remote assistance with the initial installation of the tool that sends nightly updates from your MIS to GO 4 Schools is included.

Most subscriptions will qualify for a free, on-site, half-day training session - please contact us for terms and conditions.

To enquire about pricing for specific combinations of modules for a school of your size, please contact us using the GO 4 Schools enquiry form.

FREE data access for Trusts and Governors

All subscriptions benefit from two FREE options:

  • The Trust view, which allows you to share your school's headline statistics with your Trust, eliminating time spent by senior leaders, subject leaders and data managers in collating, preparing and sending data to the Trust. (Trust staff do not have any access to student-level data.)
  • The Governor view, which allows your school's headline statistics to be shared with your Board of Governors, eliminating time spent preparing data reports for them. (Governors do not have any access to student-level data.)