1 Hour FREE RAISEonline Training sessions for Schools
The FREE 1 hour RAISEonline Training Course
• focuses on Improving Progress Measures to support Driving School Improvement.
• provides an opportunity to gain excellent guidance and advice to support you to raise progress measures across Subjects and all Pupil Groups in your school.
The training session is designed to support you to:
• ensure your VA scores for all pupils reach 100 (primaries) / 1000 (secondaries) for all pupils/pupil groups in your school
• analyse your school progress across the school
• help you to ensure your school interventions have a great impact across all pupils and pupil groups in your school
• provide you with the tools, knowledge and expertise to calculate your own pupil/school value added scores quickly and easily
Book now to confirm a place on one of the following 1 hour FREE RAISEonline training session in London.
Just bring your laptop and RAISEonline username and password
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RAISEonline Training & Fischer Family Trust Training
Our company has been offering training in RAISEonline and Fischer Family Trust since RAISEonline was released.
Our staff have professional expertise and highly experienced educationalists across all sectors and are at your service to satisfy all of your needs.
Our training and consultancy sessions are expertly designed to provide advice and practical solutions to support Local Authorities, Schools and Senior Management Teams in capacity building and school improvement.
We are committed to working with all stakeholders in education to help improve the quality of education, the standards achieved by pupils and the learning environment for children and young people.
We firmly believe that wise investment in staff training and development is one of the most effective means of sustaining school and organisational improvement.
Training is delivered through STAT Solutions Ltd, who have provided Statistical Data Analysis and consultancy services to Local Authorities since 2004.
STAT Solutions Ltd consultancy service also provide high-quality management information to support the Local Authority, OFSTED, LA Inspection, the Annual Performance Assessment and the Joint Area Review.
Services offered by STAT Solutions Ltd.:
• To gather data for statutory data returns, particularly school performance data.
• To devise systems for the collection, entry and verification of data to provide an accurate and timely base for research, planning, monitoring, reporting and the processing of returns
• To analyse and present data using appropriate statistical techniques and tools (Excel, SPSS etc), in particular to support the assessment of the effectiveness of institutions and the target setting process
• To liaise with schools on data transfer
• To contribute to the production of School Performance Profiles, in particular to design and process validation and verification checks.
• To liaise with government departments and other agencies on data requirements.
• To produce reports within agreed deadlines
• To advise Headteachers and other managers on the innovative use of performance data to support the target-setting process
• To organise and undertake data entry onto computer of large complex datasets within deadline
• To set up easily accessible and maintainable summaries of institution, borough and area-level data to facilitate fast responses to enquiries
• To analyse social trends, demographic, census, ACORN/IDAC and related statistical data and present this as management information, contributing towards the posting of electronic files on the extranet and Fronter.
• To assist in collection, maintenance, validation, data-cleansing programming and reporting of pupil-level data as arises from linking information-sharing systems with other agencies or directorates through the implementation of the Common Assessment Framework (CAF).
• To produce statistical algorithms based on analysis of central dataset and contribute towards a programme of ‘modelling risk’ in seeking prior identification of groups of pupils at risk of social inclusion and under-achievement.
• To produce area profiling & thematic mapping to aid joint service provision through priorities outlined in the Children & Young People’s Plan. • To undertake projects agreed with the Research Manager
• To produce Contextual Value Added scores by vulnerable pupils.
• To analyse Fixed Term and Permanent Exclusions by the characteristics of excluded pupils such as age, gender, ethnicity etc.
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Q. What is RAISEonline?
A. RAISEonline is a much-improved data analysis tool for use by schools, LAs, School Improvement Partners (SIPs) and Ofsted inspectors from summer 2006. RAISEonline will enable you to: examine context, attainment and value added data, explore hypotheses about pupil performance, analyse question level data for National, Optional and Progress tests and set and moderate pupil targets.
Q. How do I access RAISEonline?
A. The new package is an internet-based application accessed via a secure log-on system. As it is web-based, users do not need to download or buy any specific hardware or software to access the system. You can access it here: https://www.raiseonline.org/
Q. Who can access RAISEonline?
A. RAISEonline is available to all mainstream-maintained Primary and Secondary schools in England.
Q. How does RAISEonline fit with Ofsted’s inspection arrangements?
A. The inspection arrangements require schools to make judgments about their strengths and weaknesses and provide evidence to back up what they say. The self-evaluation form (SEF) provides a framework for doing this and the type of analysis that will be available in RAISEonline should help the school undertake this self-evaluation process.
Q. What kind of information will I be using in RAISEonline?
A. RAISEonline allows the interactive examination of data at the school, group, pupil and question level for pupils at Key Stages 1 to 4. Grouping and filtering features will allow users to explore their own hypotheses. Where data is not centrally available, schools will be able to import it into the system themselves.
Q. What opportunities will there be for evaluating pupil progress with RAISEonline?
A. RAISEonline provides the opportunity to look at value added (VA) progress to Key Stage 2,3 and 4. Alongside this the system will allow analysis of conversion information. It is possible to import data for Optional and Progress tests, thus giving better tracking of pupil performance and progress over time. There is a target-setting section of the system which will enable the setting and moderating of pupil targets.
Q. How can I share the analysis in RAISEonline?
A. All interactive analysis generated in RAISEonline can be exported in a range of formats to suit different purposes e.g. as an excel file to undertake further analysis offline. There will also be the facility to share a link to a particular piece of analysis within the system. Additionally, a full report is available to download by all users.
Q. How will RAISEonline integrate with my existing Management Information System?
A. RAISEonline accepts data in CTF formats with a CSV file available for data items that fall outside of this. There is a facility for manual data input. Data can be exported from the system in a variety of formats, including XML or as an Excel file.
Q. Will I be able to make amendments to the data in RAISEonline?
A. All schools will have a centrally-provided dataset that will remain fixed, and the opportunity to make amendments to an amended dataset. It is possible to analyse the effect of the changes made as part of the school’s interactive analysis.
Q. If I amend the data in RAISEonline will it immediately be viewable by all users of the system?
A. No, amended datasets will be owned by the school and it will be up to them to share analysis based on amended data with other users. The full report will only be produced based on centrally-provided data.
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