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Analyse School Performance: the RAISE replacement service
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Analyse School Performance: the RAISE replacement service

An initial version of the replacement to RAISEonline, DfE's new service - Analyse school performance (ASP) was published on 21 April.  Additional data will continue to be added to the service over the coming months. A link to access ASP through Secure Access is below:

https://sa.education.gov.uk/idp/Authn/UserPassword

There is now an eight week testing and familiarisation period where users are asked to:

  • ensure they can log in,
  • familiarise themselves with the main functions and how to use the service,
  • and provide any feedback as regards usability and ideas for future development (via feedback surveys which are built into the new service). 

The new service uses the same data as that in the existing RAISEonline. If users do spot any difference in the data between ASP and RAISEonline please let the DfE know.

Following this period, the DfE intend to release an updated version of ASP, which will contain more functions and data similar to those in RAISEonline; and build upon the common elements of feedback collated during the eight week testing and familiarisation period.

The existing RAISEonline service remains in place until 31 July 2017.

 

How to access the replacement service and help

The new service will be available through 'Secure Access', DfE's single sign on for a growing range of services.  Each school, local authority, multi academy trust and diocese has someone already designated as the Secure Access Approver. They can see how to do this via the Secure access approver role guide.

If you are not sure who your Secure Access Approver is then ask the person who sends the data returns such as the school census to DfE – this may be your business manager. If you still need help then contact the Secure Access Helpdesk.

Page Published: 09/05/2017