Ofsted ASP Explained: Primary 2018
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Ofsted ASP Explained: Primary 2018

The Analyse School Performance Service in 2018 for the Primary phase
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Course Ratings are calculated from individual students’ ratings and a variety of other signals, like age of rating and reliability, to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately.
12 students enrolled
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Last updated 1/2019
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This course includes
  • 2 hours on-demand video
  • 1 article
  • 1 downloadable resource
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Learn where the information from ASP (the new RAISEonline) is shown
  • Find out from the Ofsted Inspection Handbook why these metrics have been chosen, and how they might affect any inspections.

Requirements
  • This course is for leaders and governors in schools in England.
  • It would be good if you had a printed copy of your school's ASP
  • You don't need any specific software to view the videos.
Description

Ofsted’s ASP (Analyse School Performance) website is an updated version of the RAISEonline. It gives you access to your school's detailed performance data.

Ofsted intended the visual displays to be quick to interpret, but it is actually a very detailed document and not necessarily straightforward and easy to interpret correctly.

The “National Averages” which are shown can be misleading. Sometimes conclusions based on comparisons between your school’s data and the “National Average” that appear immediately obvious can be quite false. For example, the “National Average” which disadvantaged pupils are compared against is not the National Disadvantaged Average, but the National non-Disadvantaged Average.

What will you learn in this course?

  • How to navigate the ASP website and data nuances contained in ASP reports

  • Note key metrics from the Ofsted Inspection Handbook and why these have been chosen and how they might affect any inspections

  • Use this knowledge to review your own school’s performance data

  • Find out the new features of ASP this year.

Who this course is for:
  • This course is for school leaders, governors, and anyone who is interested in school data.
Course content
Expand all 24 lectures 01:53:33
+ Introduction
5 lectures 17:08
Resources
00:12
Ofsted Judgements - Overall Effectiveness and Outcomes for Pupils
02:39
The Ofsted Inspection Handbook
07:04
+ Phonics
2 lectures 10:59
ASP
06:48
Points to Ponder
04:11
+ Key Stage 1
2 lectures 06:11
ASP
03:58
Points to Ponder
02:13
+ Calculating Key Stage 2 Progress
3 lectures 21:34
How is Key Stage 1-2 Progress Calculated?
10:59
Pupils below the standard of the test, including P-scales
05:38
Writing Teacher Assessment, and the Floor and Coasting Standards
04:57
+ Key Stage 2 in the ASP
4 lectures 19:25
Progress and Attainment in the ASP
05:36
New features in KS2 - Pupil List and Data Management
02:49
Three-year trends and Scatterplots
06:28
Points to Ponder
04:32
+ Key Stage 2 - Disadvantaged and Question Level Analysis
3 lectures 14:06
Disadvantaged ASP
03:28
Points to Ponder
02:46
Question Level Analysis
07:52