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FFT Aspire & RAISEonline replacement news
As you may well be aware, RAISEonline will be switched off on 31st July this year. In its place, the DfE is introducing a basic slimmed down replacement service — Analyse School Performance (ASP).
As FFT is a DfE accredited supplier, we will continue to provide additional data analysis tools to support schools and plug the gap left by the removal of RAISE.
Our web-based analysis tool — FFT Aspire — is already used by headteachers in over 10,000 primary schools and 2,700 secondary schools. FFT Aspire provides all the basic functionality currently available to schools in RAISEonline, along with a much broader range of interactive reports to help you evaluate, monitor and track the performance of your pupils.
New in Aspire
Visualise and evaluate pupil performance. Extended version of RAISE/ASP functionality.
Live pupil-list editing
Create dashboards and evaluate the performance for any group of pupils. Allows analysis of individual classes, intervention groups and the removal of pupils from reports.
Evaluate progress and analyse gaps for disadvantaged pupils. A key report for inspection.
Our favourite new feature
Now you can ‘favourite’ a report along with all of its settings. Find that key report or critical dashboard and save it for the next time you log in.
Meet your dashboards
with target setting and pupil tracking
Subject and pupil dashboards make it easy to see projected performance at three FFT Benchmark levels, helping you to set aspirational targets.
Simple-to-use summary and subject dashboards to identify key strengths and weaknesses across different subjects, pupil groups and cohorts.
Intervention & support
with Student Explorer
Detailed term-by-term history of all your pupils including past progress, attendance, SEN, FSM and previous school data.
share aggregate data
Add your school to a group and, by sharing anonymous data, work out your strengths and weaknesses. Work together to improve.