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Analyse School Performance: the RAISE replacement service

The Department for Education (DfE) launched an updated and improved version of Analyse School Performance (ASP), the replacement service to RAISEonline, in July 2017

More than 27,000 users are already using ASP, and help with logging in is available here. 

At the end of October 2017/first week in November, the DfE is planning to release a further updated and improved version of ASP that will include key stage one and phonics data for 2017.  

Key stage two children looked after data (including disadvantaged breakdowns), which was previously not available, will also be added to the service. 

The service already includes 2017 Question Level Analysis (QLA) and named pupil data for those with appropriate access levels. QLA data enables primary schools to assess how well their children performed in different aspects of the curriculum. It also supports secondary schools in identifying strengths and weaknesses for their incoming year seven pupils.

Additional reports are available via the 'list of reports' tab, and enhancements have been made based on users' feedback, such as improved printing, navigation and further help text.

Coming next:  provisional key stage four data will be added to ASP towards the end of November.

Notes for academies

  • Schools converting to an academy after January 2017 can access QLA data for 2016/17 through their old URN 
  • Schools converting to an academy before January 2017 can access QLA data 2016/17 through their new URN
  • Currently EYFS data can be viewed using both the old and new school URN.

 

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 the DfE – this may be your business manager. If you still need help, contact the Secure Access Helpdesk.

Page Published: 16/10/2017