RAISEonline News

New RAISEonline Replacement Service


On 31st July 2017 this service will close. The replacement (Analyse school performance service) is now available here for testing and familiarisation.

DfE or Ofsted users should have received log in details via email. Other users should contact the ‘Secure Access Approver’ within your organisation. If you are not sure who your approver is then please contact the Secure Access Helpdesk.

RAISEonline provides interactive analysis of school and pupil performance data.

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Book our New RAISEonline Course NOW to save disappointment and guarantee places for your school team.

To book RAISEonline Course or make an enquiry

Should you wish to discuss a RAISEonline in-house personalised training session for your school, contact us to discuss your needs.

Attending the RAISEonline course will support you to demonstrate to OFSTED that you have a super skilled data literate management team of teachers and governors who are expertly using their RAISEonline data to drive school standards forward.

Many of the RAISEonline Reports are important for Governors to understand. RAISEonline Training sessions for Governors are scheduled to take place following the Headteacher and Senior Management training sessions at the same venues in your area.

Separate RAISEonline Training sessions are also scheduled for Maths and Literacy leaders and Key Stage 1 and 2 Leaders on the following day at the same venues.

By the end of the training day you will have a super data literate Senior Management team and Governors who have the skills and confidence to use RAISEonline to maximum benefit to support school improvement.

During the RAISEonline Training sessions you will complete an analysis of your RAISEonline Reports highlighting strengths, weaknesses and trends across Key Stages, Subjects and Pupil Groups to support the raising of attainment and achievement levels and help safeguard you from being classified as a ‘coasting school’ in the future.

What you will learn


We are now running NEW Full Day RAISEonline Training sessions and NEW Full Day Fischer Family Trust Training sessions following an abundance of school requests for FULL DAY ROL and FFT training opportunities, enabling time for combined focus on school improvement and next step action planning during the training sessions.

The NEW Full Day Training sessions enable schools to demonstrate how they have effectively analysed their RAISEonline/FFT reports and used this data to support school evaluation and drive school improvement forward in 2015.

Throughout the excellent NEW Interactive RAISEonline full day training session you will benefit from completing a SWOT Analysis evaluation around your school’s strengths and weaknesses across a 3 year period

• Across different subjects
• Pupil groups: How well are they performing in line with their expected levels?
• School Population comparisons related to National Averages
• School trends in the school in terms of APS and VA scores
• Pupil progress across subjects
• Stronger and weaker subjects to help you in setting future targets

The NEW Full day RAISEonline Training Course focuses on Improving Attainment and Progress Measures to support Driving School Improvement across Infant, Primary, Junior and Secondary Schools Nationally.

This excellent RAISEonline training provides an opportunity to gain excellent guidance and advice to support you to raise Attainment and Progress measures across Subjects and all Pupil Groups in your school and demonstrate positive impact and school improvement.

Revised list of 2014-2019 key stage 4 qualifications and discount codes document now in the library


Please note that a revised list of 2014-2019 key stage 4 qualifications and discount codes document has been added to the RAISEonline library under ‘Further details of the revised performance tables qualifications, discount rules and early entry guidance from 2014’.

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Key stage 2 and key stage 4 final data updates on RAISEonline


We would like to inform you that RAISEonline will not be updated with 2016 final key stage 2 and key stage 4 data. RAISEonline currently reflects key stage 2 and key stage 4 validated data.

We have assessed the scale of change between the validated and final versions and, nationally, we found that there were only a small number of amendments that were required. The number of changes did not warrant the expense and time required to update the site and complete the extensive quality assurance we apply to our datasets prior to release.

All schools should compare RAISEonline against the performance tables – https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/ – to see if there were any final changes to their data. Progress data (and associated confidence intervals) may have changed even if the school submitted no data changes. This is because progress is a relative measure, and compares the progress of pupils in the school against similar pupils nationally.

Schools can produce a report which takes into account the final changes to their data by using the ‘data management’ function in RAISEonline to make local amendments and produce a ‘school’s own’ report. Information on how to do this is in the RAISEonline library.

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List of 2014-2019 key stage 4 qualifications and discount codes document now in the library


Please note that the list of 2014-2019 key stage 4 qualifications and discount codes document has been added to the RAISEonline library under ‘Further details of the revised performance tables qualifications, discount rules and early entry guidance from 2014’.

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2016 key stage 4 validated datasets now available


We are pleased to announce the 2016 key stage 4 validated datasets have been published a few days early and are now available in RAISEonline. The summary reports have also been released and can be found under the ‘PDF documents’ tab.

The inspection dashboards will be available by Wednesday 15 March 2017.

The key stage 4 validated data reflects the outcome of requests for changes that schools may have submitted during the schools performance tables’ checking period, where these were received within the deadline and met the required criteria. The validated data also include changes made as a result of marking reviews, but may not reflect the outcome of any late or ongoing appeals, changes made after publication of the performance tables or of late-resolved maladministration cases.

Absence data

The summary reports will be updated with 2016 absence data for special schools by the end of March 2017.

Guidance and support

Information about the methodology used for producing RAISEonline reports can be found in the library accessible from RAISEonline homepage. To view the whole spectrum of available documents, we recommend you log into the system prior to accessing the library.

FAQs are available on the front page after you log in. Further information is also available in the help box within each interactive report.

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RAISEonline Previous News


Reissue of 16-19 inspection dashboard supplement


The 16-19 study programmes inspection dashboard supplement has been reissued, dated 1 March 2017 in its footer, with the following corrections:

• Provider progress scores for all learners in the bottom ‘Total’ row of the English and mathematics tables, which were not updated in the February release, have now been updated with revised figures. For most providers, the change is very minor.

• Small sections of text on the destinations page that had been obscured are now visible.

• Tables and text now extend more fully across the width of each page.

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Question Level Analysis – Programme of Study files and QLA nationals


We have made the following files available within the QLA folder of the RAISEonline library:

Programme of Study files for each paper – this links each item to the respective strand/substrand

QLA national data for each item with correct response calculated based on items attempted

QLA national data with correct response calculated based on all items (attempted or not) alongside the percentage attempted

QLA national data is displayed for all pupils and by gender, FSM and SEN

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New accountability measures in RAISEonline


RAISEonline reports have been reviewed in 2016 to take account of assessment and accountability changes.

The methodology used to calculate headline attainment and progress measures in RAISEonline will be consistent with that applied to the same measures in the school performance tables.

To find out about how these changes will affect RAISEonline, we invite you to download the comprehensive newsletter, including a list of new measures and a detailed explanation of how the data will be displayed. The newsletter is located in the RAISEonline library under the ‘Newsletters’ folder.

Additional information regarding 2016 developments will be provided later in the summer.

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2015 Key Stage 4 unvalidated data release


The 2015 Key Stage 4 unvalidated data are now available in the interactive section of RAISEonline. The summary reports will be available from 9am on Tuesday 1 December 2015. The inspection dashboards will be available by 9am on Wednesday 2 December 2015.


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Release dates for Key Stage 4 unvalidated, absence and exclusions data


We would like to update you on the release dates for 2015 Key Stage 4 unvalidated data, and absence and exclusions data for all maintained mainstream schools. If any of these dates change, we will notify you via RAISEonline latest news. The data will be published on schools RAISEonline as follows:

• Interactive reports – available from 9am on Friday 27 November 2015
• Summary reports – available by 9am on Tuesday 1 December 2015
• Key Stage 4 inspection dashboards – available by 9am on Wednesday 2 December 2015

The 2015 Key Stage 4 unvalidated data in RAISEonline will not reflect the outcome of amendments requested by schools during the annual performance tables checking exercise.

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How to access and print the latest summary report and inspection dashboard


To view a school’s 2015 summary report and inspection dashboard, log into RAISEonline and complete the following steps:
• click the Reports link at the top-left corner of the screen
• select the PDF documents tab
• select either Summary reports tab or Inspection dashboard tab


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2015 Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 1 unvalidated data, phonics data, and context data release


The 2015 Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 1 unvalidated data, phonics data and context data are now available in the interactive section of RAISEonline. Data for 2015 will not be available until the December release for absence and later for the Early Years Foundation Stage. As the 2015 inspection dashboard contains strengths and weaknesses for only 2015 data, inspectors should continue to consult the 2014 inspection dashboard for strengths and weaknesses in absence and the Early Years Foundation Stage


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Access to predecessor school information for sponsor led academies and other schools except for academy converters


Last year’s update to legislation granted access to predecessor data on RAISEonline for sponsor led academies and other schools such as free schools, and, where relevant, to governing bodies associated with these schools.


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Commission on Assessment Without Levels: final report


Advice for schools on assessment after the removal of the national curriculum levels systems for grading children.


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Inspection dashboard and Key Stage 5 reports now available in RAISEonline


This briefing provides information about the proposed changes to RAISEonline for the release of 2015 unvalidated data. Further information on the developments will be provided in the autumn term.


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Question Level Analyses for Year 7 Pupils in September 2015

For the first time all Key Stage 2 tests were electronically marked in 2015.

This data is being made available to secondary schools to better support transition by giving secondary teachers detailed information about the Year 6 tests taken by pupils at the end of primary school.

The data is available from the NCA Tools website and requires secondary schools to enter the UPNs for their new Year 7 pupils.


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Anonymised Inspection dashboard report available in the RAISEonline Library

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Key Stage 2 Question Level Analysis

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RAISEonline Proposed 2015/16 Developments

This briefing provides information about the proposed changes to RAISEonline for the release of 2015 unvalidated data. Further information on the developments will be provided in the autumn term.


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RAISEonline Unvalidated Data Release Timetable

The provisional timetable for the release of 2015 unvalidated key stage data is detailed below. Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 4 releases will not reflect the outcomes of requests for changes to the data that schools may submit via the schools Performance Tables checking exercises.


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Inspection Dashboard

To support the new inspection arrangements from September 2015, we are developing an inspection dashboard. It will be provided through the RAISEonline website from mid-September.


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2013/14 PANDA reports

The 2013/14 validated sixth form PANDA reports are now available.


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RAISEonline Closing the Gaps trend report issue

A minor error has been identified in the Closing the Gaps trend report.


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Key Stage 2 Question Level Analysis 2014/15

RAISEonline will be populating QLA data for the following Key Stage 2 tests this year:

* Mathematics Level 3 to 5 (paper 1, paper 2 and mental maths)

* Mathematics Level 6 (paper 1 and paper 2)

* Reading (Level 3 to 5 and Level 6 papers)

* English grammar, punctuation and spelling (Level 3 to 5 and Level 6 papers)

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Inspection dashboard

The inspection dashboard is designed to show at a glance how well previous cohorts demonstrated characteristics of good or better performance. It will contain a brief overview of published data for the last three years using clear visual displays that are quick to interpret. Inspectors will use it to prepare for short inspections instead of referring to the RAISEonline summary report. The inspection dashboard will inform the initial conversation between HMI and the headteacher, but during inspection HMI will give most weight to the progress of pupils currently in the school, based on the school’s own information and the evidence inspectors gather.

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Key Stage 4 validated interactive data and special schools absence data now available

The 2014 Key Stage 4 validated interactive reports are now available on RAISEonline. The summary reports will be updated by 9am on Tuesday 31 March 2015.

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2013/14 PANDA reports

The 2013/14 unvalidated sixth form PANDA reports are now available.

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Early Years Foundation Stage Profile report for Key Stage 1 schools
The summary reports for Key Stage 1 schools have now been updated with the Early Years Foundation Stage Profile (EYFSP) report.

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Release dates for Key Stage 4 validated data

Release dates for Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 4 validated data, and the Early Years Foundation Stage Profile report.

• Interactive reports – 9am on Friday 27 March 2015
• EYFSP report – 9am on Friday 27 February 2015
• Summary reports – 9am on Tuesday 31 March 2015

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Updated Key Stage 4 summary reports now available

The updated 2014 Key Stage 4 unvalidated summary reports are now available on RAISEonline. These reports include the Summary of results by subject (KS4.21) and Relative Performance Indicators by subject (KS4.20) tables. If you have downloaded an earlier version of the summary report, you will need to upload a new copy to include these missing tables.

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Data management for Key Stage 4 now enabled


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2014 Key Stage 4 unvalidated data, and absence and exclusions data release dates

Key Stage 4 and absence/exclusions data publication dates on schools RAISEonline: • Interactive reports - 9am on Friday 5 December 2014 • Summary reports – by 9am on Tuesday 9 December 2014

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Key Stage 2 transition matrices 2014

The 2014 static Key Stage 2 national transition matrices for mathematics, reading and writing have been updated and published within the Transition matrices folder in the RAISEonline library

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2014 Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 1 unvalidated data, phonics data, and context data release and changes to RAISE reports

• Changes to RAISEonline reports

• Key Stage 2 Question level analysis

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2014 Key Stage 2 performance tables checking exercise and changes to RAISEonline data

The 2014 Key Stage 2 unvalidated data in RAISEonline do not reflect the outcome of amendments requested by schools during the annual performance tables’ data checking exercise run between 5 September and 19 September 2014

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RAISEonline compatibility, how to view the 2014 summary report, and other support and guidance

• How to view and print the latest summary report

• RAISEonline guidance and support

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Exact release dates for Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 unvalidated data

• Interactive reports – available from 9am on Friday 24 October 2014

• Summary reports – available from 9am on Tuesday 28 October 2014

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Information about upcoming changes to Closing the Gaps reports

• Renaming of FSM/CLA pupils

• All Closing the Gaps reports will be three-year trends

• Greater detail in expected progress tables

• New shading system

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Fischer Family Trust FFT News

FFTlive data releases: Spring 2014

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Access to predecessor school information for sponsor led academies and other schools except for academy converters

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RAISEonline report tree update


Schools may notice the following changes in the report tree structure for Closing the Gaps:

• Infant schools will see a new section for Closing the gaps report at Key Stage 1.

• Primary schools will see the same change for Key Stage 1 as above and will notice an archive folder for the Key Stage 2 Closing the gaps report. At Key Stage 2 there will only be the Closing the gaps trend report for 2014. .

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2012/13 PANDA Reports

The 2012/13 validated PANDA reports are now available.

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Key Stage 2 Question level analysis (QLA) 2013/14 release

• All English grammar, punctuation and spelling papers
• All level 6 papers

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RAISEonline proposed 2014/15 developments

• Key Stage 1 Closing the Gap
• Key Stage 2 Closing the Gap
• Key Stage 2 Question level analysis
• Key Stage 4 Closing the Gap
• Key Stage 4 Performance Tables approved qualifications
• Key Stage 4 Early entries
• Key Stage 4 Destinations
• All key stages Grouping functionality
• All key stages “Disadvantaged” to replace “FSM/CLA”

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RAISEonline key stage unvalidated data release timetable, and information about data quality and publication of final datasets

Year 1 and Year 2 phonics data – by mid October 2014
Key Stage 1 unvalidated data – by mid October 2014
Key Stage 2 unvalidated data – end of October 2014
Key Stage 4 unvalidated data – beginning of December 2014

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Having problems viewing RAISEonline reports or with the system functionality? Browser compatibility issues including Internet Explorer 10 and 11

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Key Stage 2 Question Level Analysis 2014 – Important Update

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Template and functionality release

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Key Stage 4 FAQs; National Transition Matrices, KS2 Prior Attainment, Changes in 2013 to KS2 Prior Attainment calculation in respect of English, Early Entries, GCSE results missing from the Summary report, KS2-4 expected progress, Value Added measures, School administrators: What is the subject code at KS4 for …?

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Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 FAQs; How is progress being reported for English at KS2 this year?, Achievement of a “good” level 4, Value Added, How can my data be amended, and will that be reflected in the next release of RAISEonline?, Who is counted in the Expected Progress tables?, Expected Progress and Expected Score, Transition Matrices,

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Updates to RAISEonline from Key Stage 4 validated data release

The 2013 Key Stage 4 interactive and summary reports on RAISEonline will not be updated with final datasets this year.

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Updates to RAISEonline data from Key Stage 2 validated data release

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Question level analysis (QLA) 2013/2014 KS1 and Optional tests

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Key Stage 4 validated interactive data now available

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2013 absence data for special schools are now available

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Having problems viewing RAISEonline reports or with the system functionality?

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2013 Key Stage 2 to Key Stage 4 transition matrices for 40 different GCSE subjects

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Key Stage 2 validated interactive data now available

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Sixth Form 2013/13 PANDA Reports Available Now


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QLA Interim Test release

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Release timelines for Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 4 validated datasets

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Updates to Key Stage 1 and phonics data since unvalidated data release

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Fischer Family Trust FFT News

• FFT launch Self Evaluation booklet
• FFT launch Governor Dashboard
• FFT launch new website

Getting more FFT

Quick Guide PDF

Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 2 national transition matrices error

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Key Stage 4 unvalidated data issue in interactive reports for science

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Release timelines for Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 4 validated datasets

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Updates to Key Stage 1 and phonics data since unvalidated data release

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Key Stage 4 unvalidated data issue in interactive reports for science

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Changes to data

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Key Stage 4 unvalidated data and Key Stage 4 absence data:

  • Interactive reports - 10am on Friday 29 November 2013
  • Summary reports – by strong>late evening of Monday 2 December 2013
    Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 absence data:

  • Interactive reports - 10am on Friday 29 November 2013
  • Summary reports – morning of Wednesday 11 December 20
    2013 Key Stage 4 unvalidated data and absence data release dates

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    2013 Key Stage 2 unvalidated data release date

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    2013 Key Stage 1 unvalidated data, and Year 1 and Year 2 phonics data release dates

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    Unplanned system downtime – Monday 7 October 2013 and Thursday 10 October 2013 from 1830 to 2230

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    2013 Key Stage 2 national question level analysis (QLA) data now available

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    Information regarding RAISEonline access for governors

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    Key Stage 2 question level analysis 2013 tests now available

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    The 2012 Key Stage 2 interactive and summary reports on RAISEonline will not be updated with final datasets this year.

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    The 2012 Key Stage 4 interactive and summary reports on RAISEonline will not be updated with final datasets this year.

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    Updates to table ‘Key Stage 4 summary of full GCSE results by subject’ (KS4.21)

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    Update to Key Stage 4 school’s own data section in RAISEonline – QAN code functionality

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    Specific release dates for Key Stage 4 validated data

    The Key Stage 4 validated release timetable is:

    Interactive reports – late evening of Thursday 18 April 2013

    Summary reports – late evening of Monday 22 April 2013 at the latest

    Absence data for special schools

    The 2012 special schools’ absence data will be available in the interactive reports by late evening of Thursday 18 April 2013.

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    Update to release date of 2012 Key Stage 4 validated data

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    2012 Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 2 transition matrices and a new Excel tool now available

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    Key Stage 1 final and Key Stage 2 validated data now available

  • Interactive reports – late evening of Tuesday 19 February 2013

  • Summary reports – late evening of Friday 22 February 2013

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    Key Stage 4 validated datasets

  • Key Stage 4 validated data – end of March 2013

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    2012 Key Stage 4 school’s own data

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    2012 Question level analysis Key Stage 1, Key Stage 2 and optional tests (Years 3/4/5) national data/quartiles

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    2012 Key Stage 4 summary reports released early and available now

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    RAISEonline helpdesk response times delays

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    2012 Key Stage 2 summary reports released early and available now

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    2012 Key Stage 2 unvalidated data now available

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    Year 1 phonics screening check and 2012 Key Stage 2 unvalidated data release dates

    * Year 1 phonics screening check data – Thursday 25 October 2012 (late in the evening)
    * Key Stage 2 unvalidated interactive reports – Tuesday 30 October 2012 (late in the evening)
    * Key Stage 2 unvalidated summary reports – Monday 5 November 2012 (late in the evening)

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    2012 Key Stage 1 unvalidated data now available

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    RAISEonline key stage unvalidated data release timetable

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    RAISEonline proposed 2012/13 developments

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    Key Stage 2 2012 Level 6 question level analysis tests now available

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    Key Stage 2 (QLA) 2012 tests now available

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    Question level analysis (QLA)/optional test progress 2011/2012 test

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    Update to release timeline for automated password reset functionality

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    2011 Key Stage 4 final data now available

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    2011 Key Stage 1 final interactive and summary reports now available (23/03/2012)

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    2011 Key Stage 4 validated data release dates

    * Key Stage 4 validated data interactive reports – Thursday 12 April 2012 late evening
    * Key Stage 4 validated data summary reports – Monday 16 April 2012 late evening

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    School’s own data functionality now enabled (02/03/2012)

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    2011 Key Stage 1 final data release dates (02/03/2012)

    * Key Stage 1 final data interactive reports – Tuesday 20 March 2012 late evening
    * Key Stage 1 final data summary reports – Friday 23 March 2012 late evening

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    2011 Key Stage 2 validated interactive and summary reports are now available

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    School federations and their access to RAISEonline

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    2011 Key Stage 1 final and Key Stage 4 validated data release timelines

    2011 Key Stage 1 final data – end of March 2012
    2011 Key Stage 4 validated data – middle of April 2012

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    Special schools absence report issue

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    Useful presentation on value added and other 2011 developments

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    2011 Question level analysis Key Stage 1 and Optional Tests (Years 3/4/5/7/8) National Data/Quartiles

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    Key Stage 4 Narrowing the Gaps (NtG) report update

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    2011 Key Stage 4 unvalidated interactive data are now available

    The interactive reports for schools with end of 2011 Key Stage 4 unvalidated data are now available in RAISEonline. The summary report (formerly known as the ‘full report’) will be published on the evening of Friday 9 December 2011.

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    RAISEonline proposed 2011/12 developments

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    *** Narrowing the Gaps report breakdown now available in the Library 20/05/2011

    This presentation provides background information to, and a breakdown of the Narrowing the Gaps report.

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    RAISEonline helpdesk response times delays

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    2011 Key Stage 2 national question level analysis (QLA) data are now available.

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    Printing of RAISEonline summary reports

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    New RAISEonline look and feel

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    Target setting

    The Government has ended the statutory target setting requirement for schools and local authorities.

  • Agenda for Primary Schools


    • New Primary School Assessments without Levels 2016


    • • New Changes 2016
      • New Primary School Accountability Measures
      • New School Performance Tables 2016

    • PROGRESS

    • • New Expected Progress Measure 2016
      • Calculating Pupil and School Progress Scores
      • Interpreting Pupil and School Progress Scores
      • Confidence Intervals
      • Floor Standard
      • Sufficient Progress


    • ATTAINMENT

    • New Primary Assessment in 2016

      • Expected Standard
      • Higher Standard

    • KS2 Reading and Mathematics Average Scaled Scores

    • KS2 Interim Writing Teacher Assessment

    • KS1 Prior Attainment Grouping

    • KS1 Point Scores

    • Current Inspection Dashboard SWOT Analysis
      • Inspection Dashboard
      • Self-evaluation

    • Next steps – School Improvement Planning/li>

    Agenda for Secondary Schools


    • FULL DAY COURSE (9am to 4pm)


    • INSPECTION DASHBOARD - MORNING SESSION (9am to 12pm)


    • Inspection Dashboard Overview

    • Understanding your Inspection Dashboard Strengths and Weaknesses

    • Interpretation and Analysis of your Inspection Dashboard

    • Progress

    • Expected, More than Expected progress & Closing the Gaps by Prior Attainment
      Value Added by Pupil Groups
      Thresholds


    • Attainment

    • Average Point Scores by Pupil Groups
      Threshold Measures

    • Absence / Exclusions

    • Context

    • Prior Attainment
      Pupil Groups


    • New OFSTED arrangements - September 2015

    • Preparing School Improvement Action Plan & Next Steps


    • PROGRESS 8 - AFTERNOON SESSION (1pm to 4pm)

    • Attainment 8 (1.5 hours)


      Introduction to Attainment 8
      Where we are now in RAISEonline. Current headline measures and in 2016
      New Average Point Score Calculations and New ‘Best 8’ measure

      How to calculate pupil Attainment 8
      How to calculate School Attainment 8 from pupils’ scores?
      GCSE grade changes (Maths, English 2017 – rest 2018), and how grades converted to points in 2017 and beyond

      Progress 8 (1.5 hours)


      Introduction to Progress 8
      How Progress 8 is calculated from Attainment 8
      Using Progress 8 pupil ready reckoner and examples of calculating pupil Progress 8
      Calculation of school Progress 8 from School ready reckoner
      Confidence Intervals
      Progress 8 and OFSTED – RAISEonline and Performance Tables 2016 and beyond
      Q&A

    Ofsted


    WHY is analysing your RAISEonline Report so important?


    When Ofsted visit your school they will wish to see evidence relating to your understanding of your RAISEonline Inspection Dashboard and your drive to raise Attainment and VA measures in your school across subjects and pupil groups.

    When judging achievement, inspectors must have regard for pupils’ starting points and age, and the progress that the lowest attaining pupils are making.

    The NEW full day Inspection Dashboard RAISEonline Training course will take account of:


    • learning and progress across Key Stages and different groups of pupils in your school, including disabled pupils, those who have special educational needs, ethnic minorities and those for whom the Pupil Premium provides support.

    The New Full day Inspection Dashboard RAISEonline Training will also support your staff and governors to understand the way in which OFSTED Inspectors:

    • Use, Interpret and Analyse your RAISEonline data in your Inspection Dashboard
    • Judge pupils’ attainment and progress
    • Make judgements about a school's effectiveness

    OFSTED will also look for evidence relating to:


    • pupils making rapid and sustained progress across English, Maths, EBACC and Open Elements as well as Science, Humanities and Languages Value Added.
    • the learning, quality of work and progress of groups of pupils, particularly those who are disabled and those who have special educational needs.
    • where the proportion making expected progress overall is lower than that found nationally, it is improving over a sustained period.
    • the school takes effective action to enable most pupils, including SEN pupils to reach their potential.
    • the standards of attainment of almost all groups of pupils are likely to be at least in line with national averages, with many pupils attaining above this.

    The NEW Inspection Dashboard RAISEonline Training will help you Understand, Interpret and Analyse your Inspection Dashboard to support you to become Data Literate Leaders and meet the New OFSTED expectations and provide quality evidence to support your school evaluations and school improvement.

    This Inspection Dashboard RAISEonline training opportunity will also support you to become a Good/Outstanding school, well prepared for OFSTED by helping you:


    • analyse your school progress across the school
    • help you to ensure your school interventions have great, positive impact across all pupils and pupil groups in your school

    The Inspection Dashboard RAISEonline Training will also provide you with the tools, knowledge and expertise to calculate your own pupil/school value added scores quickly and easily.

    Throughout the training session you will complete a full analysis of your RAISEonline Inspection Dashboard and complete a next step action plan in response to your RAISEonline data.

    Senior Management Teams/Data Managers will have the opportunity to put together a RAISEonline booklet summarising key Inspection Dashboard data information relevant for sharing with school stakeholders and OFSTED.

    We are the only National Training Company offering Interactive Inspection Dashboard RAISEonline Training linked to School Improvement, Leadership and Management and the New Ofsted Framework across schools nationally.

    The RAISEonline Training combines Interactive guidance and support navigating your way through RAISEonline site features and functions to enable you to make best effective use of your data in supporting school evaluation and school improvement.

    Course Fee at Training Locations


    Consultancy & Training Per Delegate Fee Free Telephone
    Consultancy Support
    Half Day £199** / £249* 6 Months
    Full Day £249** / £349* 12 Months

    * When you book for one delegate.
    All prices are excluded from VAT.

    ** When you book for two or more colleagues, price is reduced by £100 for a full day course for each delegate. Colleagues may be from other schools. The cost for a full day's training is £249 per delegate if you book two or more colleagues instead of £349 per delegate. The cost for a half day's training is £199 per delegate if you book two or more colleagues instead of £249 per delegate. All prices are excluding VAT.

    Consultancy & Training Course Fee at Your School


    For any in-house enquiries, please contact us on 0844 504 5812.

    Cluster of Schools


    Many schools request a whole day training, combining RAISEonline Interactive training in the morning with FISCHER FAMILY TRUST training or one of our other RAISEonline Training Courses in the afternoon (view our electronic brochure for details of FFT Training and other RAISEonline Training courses www.raiseonlinetraining.co.uk)

    Combining RAISEonline Training with the NEW RAISEonline Governor Training Course is also an excellent combination supporting schools Nationally to ensure school Governing Bodies understand their school RAISEonline Summary Report, fulfil their Leadership and Management responsibilities and support School Evaluation and Improvement.

    Alternatively contact us by telephone/email to speak to one of our Senior School Improvement Consultants to discuss your schools needs and options and request a Personalised School Improvement Training package.

    About Us


    We specialise in RAISEonline and Fischer Family Trust Consultancy and Training for all schools and local authorities, analysing your school’s performance and progress data together with your staff since 2006.

    Our mission is to provide quality and multifaceted consultancy in education and training in Early Years settings, Primary Schools, Secondary Schools, Special Schools, Church Schools and Independent Schools.

    RAISEonline training and consultancy sessions can be personalised to support the professional development needs of your school team and offer consultancy support to: Head Teachers, Deputy Head Teachers, Senior Management Teams, Subject Leaders, SENCO’s, Gifted and Talented Leaders, Class teachers, Newly Qualified Teachers, Learning Support Assistants and Governors.

    You can select your audience – Training can be 1:1 for Head teachers and Deputies, for particular focus groups or whole staff teams.

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  • RAISEonline Consultancy and Training
    Data Story Course
    Fischer Family Trust Consultancy and Training
    School Improvement Consultancy & Training
    Data Interpretation Training for Governors
    Preparing for OFSTED Consultancy & Training
    Early Years Foundation Stage & eProfile
    SEN Consultancy and Training
    Gifted and Talented Consultancy and Training
    Comprehensive Interpretation and Analysis of your ROL / FFT reports
    Leadership and Management Consultancy and Training

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    ASSET for Primary Schools
    ASSET for Secondary Schools

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