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K2: School Reports
Discover an easier way to manage school reports.
Monitoring Progress and Rewarding Success. Use a toolkit that helps teachers to best support students in their learning journey.
Measure, Analyse and Improve your school’s KPIs using interactive, web based data dashboards.
Get fast and accurate analytics of behaviour and achievement data wherever you are, on tablets, mobiles and desktop computers.
Parent Portal +
Parent Portal+ provides a customisable cloud-based portal for parents to see information about their child at school.
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DFSI Live Demo
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Don’t keep all that valuable information all to yourself! Share it with your colleagues. We will design and develop your graphical information systems and business reports, that will help you to be more effective and more profitable. Click on the button to find out more.
All About US
4C Software has been developing and marketing its reporting and assessment information management packages since 2001. They specialise in creating data dashboards for schools and other organisations and also in the design and development of Crystal Reports.
The directors of the company have worked in schools for over 30 years and have significant expertise in ICT innovation as educators and technical specialists. They also have extensive ICT resource and curriculum management experience and have worked as ICT consultants in a number of schools, as well as for commercial organisations.
Data dashboard design and development
We design and develop a wide range of data dashboards
We create Crystal reports to meet the needs of many users and organisations
Consultancy, Support and Training
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KS4 Subject Assessment
News and Blogs
If the future of England’s schools is to become part of larger academy chains, then the control of that future looks, at present, as though it will be largely white and very male. An Education Guardian analysis of the boards of England’s 10 largest chains, as listed on their websites, shows that three-quarters (81 out[…]
If we are honest, teachers are not renowned for abstaining from moaning. Get a few of us together, and it probably won’t be long before the topic of marking raises its ugly head. The teaching union NASUWT recently condemned “overly bureaucratic and workload-intensive marking policies” in schools and their impact on teachers’ work-life balance. Just[…]
Schools that push pupils into taking “GCSEs in karaoke” and courses in word processing in an attempt to boost their league table positions are to face renewed scrutiny from the Department for Education and Ofsted inspectors. The DfE said it was looking closely at GCSE-equivalent qualifications such as the European Computer Driving Licence (ECDL), which[…]
GCSE equivalents are helping schools with academy status to fare better than those maintained by local authorities, says new report published by the National Foundation for Education Research. The report found that schools with academy status got higher average GCSE point scores and a larger proportion of pupils meeting the government’s GCSE benchmark pass than[…]