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RAISEonline – new developments. Stephen Jardine Communications & User Support RAISEonline Project Team. 4 th November 2008. RAISEonline – what it is. A joint Ofsted/DCSF project delivering online interactive end-of-key-stage data reporting and analysis for: Schools Local authority teams

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Raiseonline new developments

RAISEonline – new developments

Stephen Jardine

Communications & User Support

RAISEonline Project Team

4th November 2008


Raiseonline what it is
RAISEonline – what it is

A joint Ofsted/DCSF project delivering online interactive end-of-key-stage data reporting and analysis for:

  • Schools

  • Local authority teams

  • School improvement partners

  • Inspectors (non-interactive)

    With further features for school users:

  • Data management of school data set

  • Question-level analysis

  • Target setting


New raiseonline developments for 2008
New RAISEonline developments for 2008

New developments include:

  • Further reports for end of key stage data.

  • Reporting and analysis for special schools.

  • Empty data sets for new schools.

  • ‘Virtual schools’ for local authorities.


New reports and analysis
New reports and analysis

New reports include:

  • Contextual attainment at KS1.

  • CVA three-year averages and thresholds.

  • Wider reporting of KS4 qualifications.

  • Graphic ‘stick people’ pupil progress reports for high attainers.

  • School-level absence reporting.


Special schools data in raiseonline
Special schools’ data in RAISEonline

Schedule:

  • October 2008 – access to the Full Report only for schools with KS1.

  • November – access to interactive reports (schools with KS1).

  • Schools without KS1 gain access when their first key stage data are released.

    The release includes:

  • Attainment reporting.

  • Value-added progress reporting (not CVA).

    Future development is under review.


Raiseonline provision for new schools
RAISEonline provision for new schools

  • Previously, new schools didn’t get access to RAISEonline until their first key stage data were released.

  • From now on, if they wish, new schools will be able to request an empty data set in RAISEonline.

  • When they have uploaded the details of their pupils into the system, schools will be able to use QLA and target setting.

  • When key stage data are published, schools will access them from their existing accounts.


Local authority virtual schools
Local authority ‘virtual’ schools

  • Each virtual school is an empty data set in RAISEonline that can be populated by the LA.

  • LAs may request a number of virtual schools for different purposes- e.g. LAC, SEN, FSM.

  • Pupil limit is 49,000 – high enough for most LAs to upload all pupils in a phase.


Looking to the future
Looking to the future…

  • Changes will occur in RAISEonline reporting that reflect changes to way testing is carried out, such as the end of KS3 testing and the possible introduction of single-level tests.

  • We are currently considering which other developments should be prioritized for 2009.

  • Your feedback is welcomed.


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