Presentation on theme: "BIRMINGHAM CATHOLIC PRIMARY PARTNERSHIP HEADTEACHER BRIEFING MEETING 12 TH JANUARY 2007 JOHN HILL CHIEF RESEARCH AND STATISTICS MANAGER."— Presentation transcript:
BIRMINGHAM CATHOLIC PRIMARY PARTNERSHIP HEADTEACHER BRIEFING MEETING 12 TH JANUARY 2007 JOHN HILL CHIEF RESEARCH AND STATISTICS MANAGER
RAISE ONLINE Reporting and Analysis for Improvement through school Self- Evaluation www.raiseonline.org
Using RAISEonline for School Self-Evaluation RAISEonline is designed to provide: (1)An overview of a school’s attainment and progress (value-added). (2)The facility to ‘drill down’ to examine the results for pupil groups (e.g. gender, ethnic group, SEN) and individual pupils. It helps schools to answer the following sort of questions: Are results improving in each subject. How do our results compare to national averages? Are there any differences in the attainment of different groups of pupils e.g. gender, ethnic group, pupils with EAL, pupils with special needs? Are all pupils making good progress (value-added). Are there any differences in the progress made by different groups of pupils? Using question level analysis, which areas of the curriculum are pupils strong in/weak in? What are the implications of our analysis for school improvement planning and targeting?
RAISEonline Features Replaces the PANDA report (The equivalent to the PANDA report is called the ‘Full Report’ in RAISEonline) Provides data on the school context compared to national averages (e.g. SEN, FSM, EAL, Pupil mobility) Provides data on end of Key Stage attainment with trend analysis, comparisons with national averages, results by pupil characteristics (e.g. gender, ethnic group, special educational needs, free school meal eligibility, EAL, prior attainment band) and results for individual pupils. Provides data on pupil progress, including contextual value-added analysis by subject, by pupil characteristics (as above) and for individual pupils. Includes the facility to carry out question level analysis for end of KS2 tests and QCA optional tests (schools need to enter their own question level results data). Provides pupil level ‘forecasts’ to support target setting. Includes tutorials and the facility to save and share reports.