New for 2014
Renaming – RAISEonline will no longer use the term FSM/CLA, instead the term “disadvantaged pupils” is to be used. Those who are not FSM or CLA will be described as “other pupils”.
New KS1 Closing the GAP table and a revised KS2 & KS4 Closing the GAP table – Three year trend tables for expected progress, value added, APS and thresholds. May include 3 year rolling averages as described in this year’s Statement of Intent for Performance Tables.
Expected Progress Tables – The making expected and more than expected progress percentages will be displayed first in the Closing the Gap section.
KS4 Approved Qualifications – RAISE will no longer report “all qualifications” and GCSE separately, instead reporting “Performance Tables approved qualifications”. A single report will summarise the number of pupils taking non-approved qualifications.
Early entries –First entries only will be reported in the EBACC subjects in RAISE. There will be an additional report which allows schools to compare their first entry results to their best overall results.
Destinations data – Reported for first time for secondary schools.
Predecessor school information for academies – Sponsor led and other schools, such as free schools, can now access predecessor school data. RAISE will allow current school’s to click a “logged in as……” link at the top of their RAISEonline screen and this will display any associated predecessor schools.