The Key Stage 2 (KS2) provisional data for 2018, including disadvantage data, is now available in ASP. Three-year average and three-year time series data is also included within this release.
Access to ASP (previously through the Secure Access portal) has been replaced by DfE Sign-in. All ASP users have received details of how to migrate to the new service.
KS1 and Phonics provisional data for 2018 (without disadvantage flag) is now available in ASP. Please note, users will need to have school named access (through their DfE Sign-In account) in order to view pupil level data.
- Data management is now available in ASP. This allows school named users to create "what if" scenarios and explore the impact on the measures by removing one or more pupils from their phonics, KS1, KS2 or KS4 data so they can see how their data looks in different scenarios. For example, users can create a custom view showing the performance of pupils with EAL or non-mobile pupils.
- School users are able to toggle between their default and custom views for most headline reports (a list of reports and data items which cannot be updated by data management are shown on the data management homepage). This data management function is available for the most recent year's data held in ASP (i.e. 2017) and will be updated as and when new data becomes available.
- The functionality has been improved to export most files to PDF or Excel.
- Provisional 2018 KS1 and phonics (without disadvantage data) – early November.
- Provisional 2018 KS4 – mid/end November.
Previous updates: primary
The key stage two question level analysis (QLA) data for 2018 is now available in Analyse School Performance (ASP). QLA data enables primary schools to assess how well their children performed in each question and strand of the three key stage two test papers.
Previous updates: secondary
Question level analysis (QLA) – when you have uploaded your new year 7 pupils UPNs you now have the option to download the data file.
You could previously access ASP through the secure access (SA) portal. This has recently been replaced by DfE sign-in.
You will have received details of how to migrate to the new process, but you can access these instructions again here. If you still need help, contact the DfE sign-in helpdesk.
Over the summer, you will see more services migrating to DfE sign-in, and this will continue until they are all on DfE sign-in. This is because the SA portal is being decommissioned later in the year.
Until then, you will need to remember your old SA portal login details because some services will still use them while others will use the new DfE sign-in username and password you have set up.
First published 30 July 2018