CHQ’s software modules manage and track school life beyond the classroom: extra-curricular activities, co-curricular clubs, sports fixtures and after-school care, bus transport and parents’ evenings, all in one place
Underpinning the CHQ modules, the core includes the school management information system (MIS) interface, accessing the essential data, single sign-on (SSO) authentication, calendar and communications tools.
CHQ Management Software: Key Features
CHQ integrates with leading school management information system providers:
CHQ is managing extra-curricular activities and bus transport for schools in over 40 countries – what do our customers say?
"I have to say that CHQ software is absolutely amazing. To be able to enter all after-school activities so quickly and be flexible with dates, staff, time and locations as well as define rules and limits is invaluable. All the after-school activity providers I meet think the software is great and wonder why other schools are still using cumbersome excel sheets and messy registration systems”
"The new bus manager system from CHQ has made sorting our afternoon bus runs a walk in the park! It allows parents flexibility in managing their bus bookings directly with our transport department without having to contact the school office and/or their form teacher and this information being passed on."
"The CHQ software package and system has saved me endless amounts of time when organising our extensive Experience & Enrichment Programme before, during and after-school hours. The customer service and the technical support is excellent and I am now able to sort out activity groups at the click of a button!"
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Brighton College Abu Dhabi
“CHQ is a fantastic tool excellent for parents and teachers alike. Teachers have really appreciated having immediate access to contact information and medical details during activities, through the CHQ mobile application, and our ability to monitor ‘who is where’ during co-curricular periods, has tightened up our safeguarding of pupils.”